Davanagere: Constable suspended for sharing pro Pakistan post on social media


Team Udayavani, Aug 24, 2020, 5:02 PM IST

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Davanagere: A police constable has been suspended after liking a Facebook page ‘Power of Pakistan’ and shared it on social media.

The accused Sanaulla was a police driver in Basava Nagar station in the city and the district Superintendent of Police suspended him.

Sanaulla, hailing from Malebennur village in Harihara taluk, liked the Facebook page ‘Power of Pakistan’ and shared a linked to a WhatsApp group ‘police batch 2008’

Reportedly, Sanaulla was involved in a similar incident and he was suspended in 2014.

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