CM Yogi strict against those spreading misinformation on social media, action will be taken against those spreading fake videos and news
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has become strict on those spreading misinformation on social media. CM Yogi has given strict instructions against those spreading misinformation on social media. Yogi said that strict action should be taken against those spreading misinformation on social media. Strictly deal with those spreading fake videos, fake news. Not even a single attempt to spread communal frenzy will be accepted.
As soon as the legal protection ends, a case has also come to the fore in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, in which a case has been registered against Twitter in Loni police station regarding fake news. This is the first case registered against Twitter in India.
The Ghaziabad Police has registered a case for giving religious color to the beard and beard of Abdul Samad who was assaulted on the Loni border. The police have registered a case against 9 people, including Twitter officials. The Sub Inspector has lodged an FIR at Loni Border Police Station. A case has been registered under sections 153, 153A, 295A, 505, 120B and 34 of IPC.
In fact, in the investigation of the police, it was revealed that the assault on Abdul Samad was done by his acquaintances. The investigation also revealed that rumors were spread to give a religious color to the matter. Twitter and other accused did not remove this fake news even after the truth was included in the police investigation. After which now a case has been registered against nine people including Twitter.
FIR registered against 9 including Twitter India
A case has been registered against Mohammad Zubair, Rana Ayub, The Wire, Salman Nizami, Muskoor Usmani, Dr Sama Mohammed, Saba Naqvi, Twitter India and Twitter Communication India Pvt.
FIR against 7 people for giving different angle on media
On the other hand, Ghaziabad SSP Amit Kumar Pathak says that the content published is irresponsible. An FIR has been written against 7 people, Twitter and Twitter India, who deliberately printed it to give a different angle on social media.
The investigation did not find any religious angle to the incident. Due to the anger about the amulet, he did this incident. Three people involved in the assault have been arrested and sent to jail, our teams are making efforts for the rest.
In this case, UP's ADG Law and Order Prashant Kumar says that videos were tweeted on social media without any fact-checking. On investigation, the Ghaziabad Police found that the incident took place on June 5. The victim and the accused already knew each other and it was a matter of personal dispute.
The amulet maker Abdul Samad Saifi (the victim) sold them (accused). Even after wearing the amulet, they beat him up when he did not get any positive results. Two were arrested and a case was registered on June 14, out of which one of the accused was also arrested earlier.