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Catastrophic tweet goes viral
The tweet was made by a Twitter handle created by the name The Sajjad Mughal. In this tweet made around 5.30 pm on April 25, a video of Atiq Ahmed’s second son Ali, who is in jail, has been posted. This video is from an election meeting and Ali can be seen giving a speech. Some disastrous things have also been written along with this video. It is written, Abhi nasal khatm nahi hui, atiq ka ye beta ali zinda hai, halat, wakta satta badegi, fir Allahabad bhi bola jayesa, hisab bhi puri liya jayega.
The police filed a complaint
After the knowledge of this tweet came to light, Special DG Law and Order directed Cyber Police Station Prayagraj to take action. After which a complaint was registered on the basis of Twitter handle on the complaint of inspector Mohammad Alamgir posted in cyber police station. However, the officials are not ready to say anything in this matter. According to police sources, however, the location of this Twitter handle has come to light in Poonch, Jammu.
A complaint was filed under this offence
The special thing is that the incident of posting the video of Atiq’s son Ali from this Twitter did not happen on April 25. Before this, on April 16 and May 3, Ali’s video was tweeted from this Twitter handle. A case has been registered under Section 505(b) of IPC and IT Act in this matter. Section 505(b) defines the offense of falsehood, manipulation of public opinion etc. with intent to create enmity, hatred or enmity between different communities.
This was the event
Gangster Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf Ahmed were shot dead by three assailants posing as journalists on April 15. Both the mafia brothers were being taken to Prayagraj for medical examination. After which, taking advantage of the opportunity, the attackers shot him dead from very close range. According to details received from the police, the three attackers were identified as Arun Maurya, Sunny Singh and Lovelesh Tiwari. After which the three were sent to judicial custody by the district court.
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