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Kher, who has voiced criticism against JNU students in the wake of the sedition row, questioned how one who speaks ill of the country could be celebrated as if he was an Olympic medal winner.
Under Pakistan's anti-blasphemy law, anyone who speaks ill of Islam and the Prophet Mohammed is guilty of a crime and faces the death penalty.
Under the blasphemy law, anyone who speaks ill of Islam and the Prophet Mohammad commits a crime and faces the death penalty, but activists say vague terminology has led to its misuse.