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Kashmiri man charged with sedition in Chattisgarh.

Kashmiri man charged with sedition over Facebook post in Chhattisgarh.


According to a report published in The Indian Express, Chhattisgarh Police said that Taufiq Ahmed, who had studied in Bhilai and had worked in the city now, was arrested from a train at Sagar railway station in Madhya Pradesh and was sent in judicial custody.

Kashmiri person was arrested with treason in Chhattisgarh for comment, forwarding and "liking" many "anti-India" posts on the social networking website on Sunday.

It has been said in the report that an FIR was lodged in the case, based on the complaint of Bajrang Dal's Bhilai coordinator Ratan Yadav.

The complaint was that Tauf Ahmed, from Kashmir, commented, shared and shared many things against India like 'India go back' on Facebook. For example, one of these rat was a picture of a rat away from a broom. On the basis of this complaint, we filed a case under Section 124 A (sedition) of IPC, "said Durg," said Ms. Ashesh Mishra.

Under Section 124A, "the effort to bring crime or attempt to incite hatred or contempt, or excitement or retribution, either by words, either spoken or written, or by signals, or by visible representation, or otherwise" It has been defined in the report that the government established by law in India.

Police said that Ahmed had graduated from Rungta College of Engineering and Technology in 2012 and was a frequent visitor to Bhilai.

"For the past few months, he was working with Vivo Mobile in Bhilai. A complaint was lodged against him yesterday and he immediately went on a train which connects Durg and Jammu. We notified railway officials and The identity of the bogie in which he was traveling, Madhya Pradesh police gave us the help, "Mishra said," the report said.

Madhya Pradesh Police confirmed that they had worked on information from the police in the fort. Sachin Atulur, SP Sagar said, "We got information from the Durg police about this person. The report has been told that there was no resistance during the arrest, and nothing was found to be offensive on his person.