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Meerut man arrested for controversial FB posts on PM Modi, RSS leaders

ByPTI, Meerut
Oct 14, 2016 12:04 PM IST

A school principal has been arrested for allegedly posting controversial content on Facebook on the Prime Minister and RSS leaders on Dussehra.

A school principal has been arrested for allegedly posting controversial content on Facebook on the Prime Minister and RSS leaders on Dussehra.

It is alleged that Rana had in his Facebook post depicted Prime Minister Narendra Modi, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and other Sangh leaders, home minister Rajnath Singh and yoga guru Ramdev in an objectionable way.(File/Representative photo)
It is alleged that Rana had in his Facebook post depicted Prime Minister Narendra Modi, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and other Sangh leaders, home minister Rajnath Singh and yoga guru Ramdev in an objectionable way.(File/Representative photo)

Mudassir Rana, who heads a private school in Saradhna area, has been charged under Section 153-A of IPC (promoting disharmony) and relevant sections of IT Act, police said here.

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Rana was arrested on Thursday following a complaint and was sent to jail, police added.

It is alleged that Rana had in his Facebook post depicted Prime Minister Narendra Modi, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and other Sangh leaders, home minister Rajnath Singh and yoga guru Ramdev in an objectionable way.

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