Netherlands far-right politician Geert Wilders, known for his Islamophobic comments, said BJP former spokesperson Nupur Sharma should never apologise and she is not responsible for Udaipur. Geert Wilders extended his support to Nupur Sharma and her comments on the Prophet when her comments met global outrage. As the Supreme Court on Friday chastised the former BJP functionary and said that she is "single-handedly responsible" for what is happening in the country, including the beheading of a Hindu tailor in Udaipur, the Dutch MP said not Nupur Sharma but radical intolerant jihadi Muslims are responsible for the Udaipur incident. "I thought India had no sharia courts," Geert Wilders tweeted.
Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri also criticised the Supreme Court's comment on social media and tweeted, "Today's Judiciary has taken away our right to life."
"India had a great opportunity to take a principled stand on FOE and secularism when Islamic nations objected but we surrendered. Law & order had great opportunity when 'SarTanSeJuda’ was called for but we ignored it. Judiciary had a great opportunity to set a precedence but…," he tweeted.