Disappointed with developments in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, 80,000 fake social media accounts were created to discredit Mumbai Police and troll Mumbai Police Commissioner. Now to investigate the same, Mumbai Police has filed an FIR against the imposters and will take strict actions against them. In the recent development, AIIMS dissed the murder theory and said Sushant had died by suicide. Clearing the air, AIIMS report had stated that there were no reports of scuffle or struggle or any other mark on his body or clothes than of hanging.
According to latest reports, these fake accounts have been trolled Mumbai Police commissioner on various platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Following which Police have filed an FIR against those account holders under 67 IT act. Hindustan Times quoted a senior IPS officer saying, “We identified the posts in foreign languages because of the hashtags used like #justiceforsushant #sushantsinghrajput and #SSR. We’re in the process of verifying more accounts.”
Times Of India quoted DCP Rashmi Karandikar saying, “Several social media account holders are trolling the Mumbai Police commissioner on different platforms like Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and are using abusive language against him and the force. Hence an FIR has been registered against those account holders under 67 IT act. Most of these accounts are fake and we will be taking action against all those fake account holders.”
“The another FIR has been registered against the culprit who used a morphed image of the official Twitter account of Mumbai Police commissioner recently. We have started the probe in both the matters,” DCP added further. (ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: CBI Issues A Statement After AIIMS Dr Sudhir Gupta's Viral Audio Leak; Homicide Angle Not Ruled Out)
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