Controversial Tweet: Marathi actress Ketaki Chitle has been detained by Thane Police for allegedly posting an objectionable post on Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar. Thane Police has detained Marathi TV and films actress Ketki Chitale. The actress has made an objectionable post against Sharad Pawar in social media. He had made an objectionable post against Sharad Pawar on Twitter, after which Thane police swung into action and took him into custody. Now the police will register a criminal case against Ketki Chilate and interrogate him.
Thane Police, in interrogation of the Marathi actress, would like to know on whose behest she made such a post on social media. In this post, the Marathi actress had written about Sharad Pawar’s death at whose behest she is doing so. Let us tell you that this is not the first time that Marathi actress Ketki Chitale has made a controversial post on social media. Even before this, she has made controversial posts on social media many times. State Women’s Commission chairperson Rupali Patil has also demanded strict action against Ketki.
A student from Nashik also arrested on controversial post
A 23-year-old pharmacy student was arrested in Maharashtra’s Nashik district on Saturday for making objectionable remarks against Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president Sharad Pawar on Twitter. A police officer gave this information. He told that Nikhil Bhamre, a resident of Satana in Nashik, has been arrested by the Dindori police.
On the complaint, the cyber cell took cognizance of the controversial tweet
Nikhil had said in his tweet that the time has come to make ‘Nathuram Godse of Baramati for Gandhi of Baramati’. However, he did not mention the name of any leader or political party in the tweet. Baramati, a city in the state’s Pune district, is Sharad Pawar’s home region. Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi, was also from this city. “After checking the tweet, Maharashtra Cyber Cell informed Nashik Rural Police for further action,” the official said.
Cases registered under sections 153 (A), 500 (defamation), 504 and 506
Bhamre was charged under Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 153 (a) (promoting enmity between different groups), 500 (defamation), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace), 506 (criminal intimidation), the official said. ) has been charged under Earlier, NCP leader Anand Paranjpe had lodged a complaint against Bhamre at Naupada police station in Thane city, following which a case was registered against him. Maharashtra minister and NCP leader Jitendra Awhad had also tweeted to the police commissioners of Mumbai and Thane and the state director general of police to take strict action against Bhamre.