Entertainer Ajaz Khan Arrested By Mumbai Police For His Alleged Communal Remarks



The Cyber police on Thursday captured on-screen character Ajaz Khan for supposedly transferring a commonly delicate video on well known video sharing stage TikTok.

As per police authorities, Ramesh Solanki, a Shiv Sena laborer, presented a composed objection with respect to two recordings that the on-screen character transferred as of late, on July 9.

“The primary video was with respect to the supposed lynching of Jharkhand local Tabrez Ansari, in which he was prompting a whole network to join together and get payback. Mr. Khan was additionally observed offering offending expressions about political pioneers of the nation in a similar video. In the mean time, the subsequent video, he was deriding the police apparatus for enlisting a FIR against five Tik Tok clients who made a comparable incendiary video not long ago,” a senior official with the Mumbai Police said.

In the wake of checking the substance of the grumbling, the police on Wednesday enlisted a FIR in the issue and called Mr. Khan to the Cyber police headquarters at Bandra Kurla Complex for requests on Thursday, where he was captured.

“We found the recordings had questionable substance essentially advancing hostility between various gatherings on ground of religion and disdain among open everywhere,” Mumbai Police representative, DCP Manjunath Singe, said.

The entertainer has been accused of advancing animosity between various gatherings on grounds of religion and acts biased to support of agreement under the IPC alongside important areas of the Information Technology Act.

This is just the most recent in a series of discussions encompassing the previous Bigg Boss hopeful. In May, he was reserved for supposedly ambushing two individuals at a style appear in Navi Mumbai. In October a year ago, he was captured by the Anti Narcotics Cell of the Navi Mumbai Police after he was supposedly seen as possessing eight pills of gathering drug ecstacy.


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