He can claim that he finds it an “annoyance” that you spoke brashly of him. He could also potentially have you arrested under Section 66A of the IT Act merely because you chose to express yourself on the internet.
Something he could not have done otherwise had you expressed yourself offline. That is exactly how draconian the law is. Criminal law was never meant to be this broad or imprecise. This law forces us to be unnaturally civil. Any opposition to it deserves the unwavering support of one and all. Yesterday, it was two innocent girls in Palghar. Tomorrow it could be you.
Nikhil is an advocate with the Supreme Court of India