A man from Uttarakhand’s has been arrested by Haryana police for professedly transferring a “disgusting” transformed photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his Facebook account a week ago. According to the sources, Haryana police workforce captured the blamed, distinguished as Md Shaqib, from Vikasnagar in Dehradun region on Saturday. The photograph – transferred a couple of days prior – drew serious feedback from other online networking clients and turned into the subject of a dissension held up at Tohana in Haryana’s Fatehabad area.
The police group from Tohana finished the important conventions previously capturing the charged. “The Haryana police followed the charged to Vikasnagar and captured him on November 18,” Dehradun superintendent of police (rural) Sarita Dobhal said. Shaqib, hailing from Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur locale, works at Aaduwala in Vikasnagar as a tailor.
Negi said the charged was reserved under segments 67 (distributing or transmitting vulgar material in electronic shape) and 67-A (distributing or transmitting material containing a sexually express act, and so on, in electronic frame) of the Information Technology Act, and Section 292A (putting into dissemination a terribly foul or profane picture) of the Indian Penal Code.
In this situation, district magistrate Deepak Rawat had requested a test against a peruser at the Haridwar region judge’s office in October after he purportedly shared a transformed photo of Modi on Facebook. The charged later asserted it was his child who unintentionally posted the culpable picture on his divider.