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UP official suspended for posting 'objectionable' picture of Modi

A Panchayat official was suspended after he posted an objectionable picture of the Indian Prime Minister in a WhatsApp group

Press Trust of India  |  Bareilly 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photo: PTI
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photo: PTI

A official has been suspended and a manager of a college booked for allegedly posting objectionable pictures of Prime Minister Modi in separate groups in Bareilly.

Panchayati Raj Department official Hifazat Ullah Khan was suspended after he posted an objectionable picture of Modi on a group managed by the sub-divisional magistrate (SDM), a senior official said on Wednesday.

Khan, who was posted at Bahedi panchayat, had been served a show-cause notice and his response was not satisfactory after which he was suspended, the official said.

In a similar incident, a college manager, Hariom Singh, was booked for circulating an objectionable picture of Modi on WhatsApp.

A case has been registered against Singh based on a complaint filed by the Bharatiya Janata Party's district president Ravindra Singh Rathore at Faridpur kotwali police station and investigations are undeway, a police officer said.

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UP official suspended for posting 'objectionable' picture of Modi

A Panchayat official was suspended after he posted an objectionable picture of the Indian Prime Minister in a WhatsApp group

A Panchayat official was suspended after he posted an objectionable picture of the Indian Prime Minister in a WhatsApp group
A official has been suspended and a manager of a college booked for allegedly posting objectionable pictures of Prime Minister Modi in separate groups in Bareilly.

Panchayati Raj Department official Hifazat Ullah Khan was suspended after he posted an objectionable picture of Modi on a group managed by the sub-divisional magistrate (SDM), a senior official said on Wednesday.

Khan, who was posted at Bahedi panchayat, had been served a show-cause notice and his response was not satisfactory after which he was suspended, the official said.

In a similar incident, a college manager, Hariom Singh, was booked for circulating an objectionable picture of Modi on WhatsApp.

A case has been registered against Singh based on a complaint filed by the Bharatiya Janata Party's district president Ravindra Singh Rathore at Faridpur kotwali police station and investigations are undeway, a police officer said.
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UP official suspended for posting 'objectionable' picture of Modi

A Panchayat official was suspended after he posted an objectionable picture of the Indian Prime Minister in a WhatsApp group

A official has been suspended and a manager of a college booked for allegedly posting objectionable pictures of Prime Minister Modi in separate groups in Bareilly.

Panchayati Raj Department official Hifazat Ullah Khan was suspended after he posted an objectionable picture of Modi on a group managed by the sub-divisional magistrate (SDM), a senior official said on Wednesday.

Khan, who was posted at Bahedi panchayat, had been served a show-cause notice and his response was not satisfactory after which he was suspended, the official said.

In a similar incident, a college manager, Hariom Singh, was booked for circulating an objectionable picture of Modi on WhatsApp.

A case has been registered against Singh based on a complaint filed by the Bharatiya Janata Party's district president Ravindra Singh Rathore at Faridpur kotwali police station and investigations are undeway, a police officer said.

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