Migrants who took part in a protest against the remarks on the Prophet in Faheel, Kuwait, would be arrested and deported.
The Prophet’s remarks have caused widespread opposition in India and abroad, particularly in the Gulf countries. (Photo: AP)
Migrants who participated in the protest against the remarks on Prophet Muhammad by BJP spokespersons will be deported. The administration has issued instructions to arrest all the migrants involved in Faheel’s protest on Friday.
According to sources, they will be deported because they have violated the country’s laws and regulations that stipulate that dharnas or demonstrations are not to be organized by expatriates in Kuwait.
Part of the protest will reportedly be banned from entering the country.
“All expatriates in Kuwait must respect the laws of Kuwait and not take part in demonstrations of any kind,” the government said in a release.