Case against a Facebook user for posting morphed pic of PM Modi; it showed him wearing skull cap

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Indore | September 21, 2018 10:24 PM

A case has been registered against a Facebook user by Indore police in Madhya Pradesh for allegedly posting a morphed picture of Prime Minister which shows him wearing a skull cap.

Case against a Facebook user for posting morphed pic of PM Modi

A case has been registered against a Facebook user by Indore police in Madhya Pradesh for allegedly posting a morphed picture of Prime Minister which shows him wearing a skull cap.

The picture shows Modi wearing a skull cap while greeting people at a program of the Dawoodi Bohra community here on September 14. Palasia Police Station in-charge Ajit Singh Bais said on Friday that an FIR has been registered under IPC section 505 (2) (public mischief) and sections of the Information Technology Act on the complaint of local BJP leader Shankar Lalwani.

The morphed photograph was shared by a Facebook user whose profile name is `Balmukund Singh Gautam’, the officer said. Cyber Cell of the police is ascertaining who is the person behind this Facebook profile, he said. On September 14, Modi participated in Ashara Murbaraka, a program of the Dawoodi Bohra community, at Saifi Mosque here. Lalwani said in his complaint that Modi had not worn any kind of cap during the program.

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