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More than 80 thousand fake accounts created to publicize fake information related to Sushant’s death

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More than 80 thousand fake accounts created to publicize fake information related to Sushant’s death
 More than 80 thousand fake accounts created to publicize fake information related to Sushant’s death

In the name of Sushant’s family members, many fake accounts were created in social media and fake report was shared with them.

  • Mumbai Police Commissioner said that through these fake accounts, an attempt was made to defame the Mumbai Police and the Maharashtra Government.
  • On 14 June, actor Sushant’s body was found at a flat in Bandra, which was murdered by some media channels.

In the case of the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has submitted a forensic investigation report to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). According to the latest information, suicide was the cause of Sushant’s death. Amidst all this, the Mumbai Police has received information that more than 80 thousand fake social media accounts were opened to propagate fake news on Sushant’s death.

Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh said that through these fake accounts, an attempt was made to defame the Mumbai Police and the Maharashtra government. He has ordered the cyber cell to investigate the matter and file a case under the IT Act on the culprits.

Digvijay Singh said – the case should be investigated

After this revelation, Congress leader and former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh tweeted on Tuesday that to check the image of Mumbai Police, more than 80 thousand fake accounts should be investigated.

In another tweet, Digvijay said that creating a fake account on social media is the strength of BJP. Can the non-BJP government not take action against all such ghost account creators? I am sure they can, what we need is a strong political will.

Fake accounts created in countries like Italy, Japan and Thailand

The cyber unit has produced a report, stating that it has been posted on social media platforms from countries such as Italy, Japan, France, Romania, Turkey, Thailand, Indonesia, Poland, and Slovenia. An IPS officer said that ‘We have identified the post in a foreign language. It used the #justiceforsushant #sushantsinghrajput and #SSR hashtags. We are trying to gather more information about these accounts.

Efforts made to break the morale of the police

Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh said that such a campaign tried to weaken our morale. All this was done when 84 of our policemen were killed due to coronavirus and more than six thousand corona were infected. This campaign was deliberately run so as to tarnish the image of Mumbai Police and divert the direction of investigation. Many fake accounts were created on social media in which rude language was used for the Mumbai Police. Our cyber cell is investigating in detail. Whoever is found guilty of violating the law will be prosecuted under the IT Act.

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Saif Ali Khan dismisses reports of him buying back Pataudi Palace

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Saif Ali Khan dismisses reports of him buying back Pataudi Palace

Saif Ali Khan dismisses reports of him buying back Pataudi Palace

Saif Ali Khan’s Pataudi Palace is once again in the news. Recently, an old interview with Saif went viral, stating that Saif did not inherit the Pataudi Palace but had to pay a hefty amount to get this Palace worth 800 crores. Saif has now given his clarification on the viral interview.

‘I already had Pataudi Palace’

Talking to Mumbai Mirror said, ‘800 crore. The price point is a bit high and it is offered distortively because this property is priceless for me. My grandparents’ father’s grave is located there. That place is very precious to me and I feel deeply connected there. I have a spiritual connection to that place.

The Pataudi Palace was rented by my father to Francis and Aman, who run the hotel in that palace. He takes great care of the property and is like our family members. Francis is now dead. This property was on rent near Neemrana Hotels. When Abba died, I wished to take it back. When I got the chance, I paid the remaining lease and withdrew the possession of my palace. It was a Fair Financial Arrangement and unlike the reports, I did not have to buy it back because I already had it.

Pataudi Palace was built 85 years ago

Located in Pataudi, 26 km from Gurgaon, Haryana, this palace is a sign of the Pataudi family. Although the history of this family is more than 200 years old, but this palace has been built for almost 85 years. Pataudi Palace was built in 1935 by the 8th Nawab and former captain of the Indian team, Iftikhar Ali Hussain Siddiqui.

After this, his son and 9th Nawab Mansoor Ali alias Nawab Pataudi made changes in its design with the help of foreign architects. After the death of the Nawab, now his daughter-in-law and Saif Ali Khan’s wife Kareena is taking care of it.

Many films have been shot

Several Bollywood films have also been shot at Pataudi Palace, including the names of films like Mangal Pandey, Veer-Zaara, Rang De Basanti, and Love. It has 150 rooms and is spread over 10 acres.

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