Hyderabad, Sep 8 (IANS) Hyderabad police on Thursday cautioned those getting out counterfeit word or provocative recordings of serious results.
“Be careful with getting out counterfeit word/provocative recordings. The people who make or offer phony posts, making interruption public harmony will confront serious results,” the city police tweeted alongside a video cut which became famous online throughout recent days.
In the video, an individual professing to be nephew of imprisoned BJP MLA T. Raja Singh announced that he has switched over completely to Islam. The man, who is found in discussion with one Esa Bin Obaid Misri, claims that he was recently known as Shiva Singh.
The Cyber Crime police on Wednesday enrolled a case after P. Sunil Singh, said to be nephew of Raja Singh, enlisted a protest.
The complainant asserted that the video cut being circled via online entertainment shows Esa Misri and one Md Siddiqui conversing with one another. Professing to be the genuine nephew of the MLA, he named the video as phony and looked for activity.
Police booked a case under segments 153 (A) and 505 (2) of the Indian Penal Code. Esa Misri is a finance manager and head of Congress party.
Raja Singh, an individual from Telangana Legislative Assembly from Goshamahal supporters in the city, wasAarrested under Preventive Detention (PD) Act on August 25. He is curently stopped in Cherlapally Prison.
The police summoned the PD Act and captured him in the midst of fights for his re-capture for purportedly offering slanderous remarks about Prophet Mohammad.
Raja Singh on August 22 posted web-based a hostile video against Prophet Mohammad with an expectation to incite all areas of individuals and subsequently cause break of harmony and public serenity, said the police.
He was captured on August 23 however a court conceded him bail. Following irate fights across the city and different pieces of Telangana, he was re-captured.
The city police on August 30 likewise confined one Syed Abdahu Quadri false name Kashaf, under PD Act for purportedly making hatred among Hindus and Muslims.
Kashaf, who calls himself a political specialist and a social and social equality lobbyist, had purportedly raised the ‘sar tan se juda’ motto during a new dissent against Raja Singh.