Ulhasnagar: Barely two days ago, some miscreants defamed the late
A case has been registered with Vitthalwadi police station, but arrests have been made so far. On
"We have registered a case under section 295 (injuring or defiling place of worship, with an intent to insult the religion) of the Indian Penal Code. The act was carried out
Two days ago, Vikas Repale, leader of Bharatiya Vidyarthi Sena registered a case against an unknown person after he noticed a Facebook page containing objectionable comment about Thackeray. "I also registered a complaint with the cyber cell branch of Thane, who is now investigating the case," said Repale.
After the case was registered, some Shiv Sainiks were reported to be roaming on the streets of
BB Patil, deputy commissioner of police, zone 5, Wagle estate said, "The case has been transferred to the cyber crime department. The server of the social networking site is abroad so it might take some time. We have made no arrest so far. On Tuesday night, a few followers of Thackeray who checked the status of the page and started looking out for the culprits. But they caught hold of wrong persons. The real culprits will be soon arrested."
A senior officer from cyber crime cell said, "We are investigating the technical part of the case. First, we will check where the page was created, when it was created and when was the comment posted. Once the technical probe is over, we will arrest the culprits and accordingly interrogate them. The complete producer will take time. For now, we have blocked the site."
"Heavy bandobast was deployed on the east and west side of
The Wagle estate police have registered a case under section 295A (deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs) of the Indian Penal Code and 66A (punishment for sending offensive messages through communication service) of the Information Technology Act, 2008.
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