Times Now news channel anchor Navika Kumar has moved the Supreme Court seeking quashing of the criminal proceedings initiated against her in different States in connection with the remarks made by former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma against Prophet Muhammad on a debate aired by the channel..Kumar, who has been booked in Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir, has sought quashing of the cases or clubbing the same and transferring it to one State. The Supreme Court had already issued notice on a similar plea by Nupur Sharma after first information reports (FIRs) were registered against her in different parts of the country for her remarks about the Prophet Muhammad.Sharma's controversial remarks on Times Now debate had raised a storm and even led to some Islamic nations conveying their objection after summoning Indian ambassadors and high commissioners.The ruling BJP government had distanced itself from Sharma and also suspended her. During the initial hearing of Sharma's petition on July 1, the Supreme Court had refused to entertain the plea and made strong remarks against her.The bench had remarked that Sharma was single-handedly responsible for fanning flames across India and should apologise to the whole nation.During that hearing, the top court had also made strong remarks against Times Now."What was the TV debate for? Only to fan a agenda? Why did they choose a sub judice topic," the apex court had demanded.Sharma had then withdrawn her plea. Subsequently, she moved the Court again which then issued notice on July 19 and granted her interim protection.