54 people booked for ‘objectionable’ social media posts against Modi and Fadnavis


Pune: The Pune City Police has registered a case against 54 people on the complaint of a BJP worker. They are accused of sharing ‘objectionable’ posts against Prime Minister Modi, former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and other party leaders.

Pradeep Gawade, the state secretary and advocate of BJP’s youth wing, had filed a complaint in this case on May 10 at the Cyber ​​Police Station in Pune City.

According to the Web News Observer, senior police officer Dagadu Hake of the cyber police station said, “We will be naming the 54 persons as accused in an earlier FIR lodged by the BJP office-bearer Vineet Bajpayee.”

Recently, a complaint was filed by Bajpayee against two NCP’s youth wing leaders Mohsin Shaikh and Shivajirao Javir, for allegedly posting morphed images of PM Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on social media.

Gawade has now filed a complaint against 54 persons allegedly posting objectionable content on social media about PM Modi, Fadnavis, his wife Amruta Fadnavis, Union Minister Smriti Irani and BJP’s state chief Chandrakant Patil.

What was alleged in the complaint?

Bajpayee alleged in the complaint that the edited photo showed Prime Minister Modi as Yamraj, who was leading the corona-infected corpses to the crematorium. Javir is accused of an ‘objectionable’ post against Prime Minister Modi and Yogi Adityanath.

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