A UP guy reports CM Yogi’s death falsely, is detained, and a complaint is filed

A young person from Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, has been taken into custody after posting a bogus status on the death of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The young person, known as Saqib, was quickly taken into custody by the authorities.

What is the situation?
Tuesday night, Saqib went viral with a message about CM Yogi’s passing. Accused Saqib, a resident of Gulab Nagar in the vicinity of the Qila police station, has been taken into custody by police. Saqib Shamsi, son of Mashkur Hussain, is a resident of Mohalla Gulab Nagar, Bareilly, according to the FIR. Saqib updated his status with a photo of CM Yogi and the words, “Yogiji passed away at 12.30 midnight.”

In Mahoba, Yogi Adityanath yelled.
While CM Yogi aggressively pursued his rivals in Mahoba, on the one hand, he also posted a phony news story about his death on social media.

CM Yogi said during a gathering, “Dacoits were a source of terror prior to 2017.” Large-scale mafias existed. The Congress, BSP, and SP all supported mafias. They were tearing up the roadways, causing chaos, and stealing. They were tinkering with young people’s lives. There was a risk to the businessman’s and the daughter’s safety. The pace of development was halting.”

“There are 24 crore people living in Pakistan,” CM Yogi said. 25 crore people have been lifted out of poverty and given a joyful existence by PM Modi. Here, more people have overcome poverty than there are people in Pakistan. People who are praising Pakistan need to leave India. They need to go to Pakistan and do begging there.”

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