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Noida Man Arrested for Derogatory Posts Against PM Modi, Yogi, Shah

In a video that became popular on social media, a Noida man was detained for reportedly making disparaging statements about Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The accused, named as Noida Sector 51 resident Ram Pat Yadav, was detained for making and disseminating a film that had derogatory remarks regarding Yogi Adityanath, Shah, and the Prime Minister.

Following the public release of the footage, Gautam Buddh Nagar Police arrested Yadav. Charges brought against him were indeed filed at the Sector 49 police station and include violations of Section 67 of the IT Act and Section 505(b) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

The Case of the Noida Man

A guy was however detained in Greater Noida in November of this year for allegedly making offensive comments against the Constitution on social media in a case identical to this one. On Constitution Day, the accused allegedly made the statements on his Instagram account.

Noida Man Arrested for Derogatory Posts Against PM Modi, Yogi.

“The local Jarcha police station received a formal complaint against the suspects. Based on this, a police official was reported by news agency PTI as saying that an FIR was filed. The culprit, named as Bhanu alias Jyass, a resident of Bisahada village, was indeed taken into custody on Sunday.

Section 354 of the Indian Penal Code (intentional insult with intent to cause breach of peace). And Section 67 of the Information Technology Act were the grounds for filing a formal complaint against the accused.

The arrest was made when the video went viral

“Accused Rampat Yadav was arrested as a video clip of his objectionable comments about the prime minister. The home minister. The Uttar Pradesh chief minister went viral on social media platforms. And the police took note of the episode on its own,” according to a police spokeswoman.

Noida Man Arrested for Derogatory Posts Against PM Modi, Yogi.

According to authorities, a formal complaint was indeed filed at the local police station. Under section 67 of the Information Technology Act and Indian Penal Code section 505 (B). It deals with spreading rumors to create rifts in society.

The Noida Man is sorry for saying those things

Yadav, who worked in the transport industry till five or six months ago, apologized for the remarks, a local police officer told news agency PTI. The official said that he was taken before a magistrate’s court and then imprisoned.

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