Objectionable photo post of former Chief Minister Mayawati on Facebook, case filed in Badaun

Mujariya police station has registered a case against the person who uploaded the objectionable photo of former Chief Minister and BSP National President Mayawati on Facebook. Police is investigating the matter after registering the case. Here, there is anger among the BSPs regarding the objectionable post uploaded. Former Chief Minister Mayawati’s photo was posted in an objectionable manner with the ID of Ravi Tomar, a resident of Jyora village of Thana Mujariya. When the BSP came to know about this, there was anger. BSP District President reached Mujaria and pacified the office bearers and workers and demanded action against the person who posted the objectionable post by giving Tahrir to the police station.

The police station registered a case against the accused Ravi Tomar on the complaint of BSP President Lalit Kumar alias Pushpendra Sagar of Assembly Constituency-114 Bilsi. Station President Mujaria Rajesh Kaushik said that on the basis of Tahrir, the report has been registered and the matter is being investigated. BSP District President Hemendra Gautam told that strict action has been demanded against the person who posted the objectionable post. Higher officials have also been informed about the objectionable post.

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