FIR filed against Yadgir man for threat video on PM Modi, CM Yogi

Bengaluru, Mar 5 (IANS): Karnataka Police on Tuesday filed an FIR against the accused who had uploaded an abusive and threatening post on social media against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

The accused was identified as Mohammad Rasool Kaddare. The Surapura police registered the FIR against the accused under the Section 505 (1) (B), 25 (1) (B) of the IPC and Arms Act.

According to police, Rasool, a resident of Rangampet in Surapura of Yadgir district, works in Hyderabad as a coolie.

He had uploaded the video from Hyderabad on his Facebook page and had used objectionable language while wielding a sharp-edged weapon.

The police have launched a hunt for the accused.



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    Thu, Mar 07 2024

    Now NO minority raised the sound ..

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  • Sangram Sangam, Kundapur

    Tue, Mar 05 2024

    Earlier some people said Vajpayee is the best PM.once Yogi became PM than the same will say Modi is the best

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  • T.DSilva, Udupi

    Wed, Mar 06 2024

    But chaukidaar made all plans to hide illegal electoral bonds details, even after SC judgement.... Most of the bonds he shamelessly got from Modi, Mallya and Choksi;s by helping them to runaway.

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  • Sangram Sangam, KUNDAPUR

    Wed, Mar 06 2024

    Dont worry one familiy already booked ticket to ITALY via thailand.Travel date is after parliament election

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