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Man lands behind bars after sharing pro-Pakistan posts on FB


Team Udayavani, Feb 25, 2020, 3:00 PM IST

Bengaluru: Days after a young woman, Amulya Leona, was arrested and charged with sedition for saying ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ at a rally in Bengaluru, a man from Vijayapura was arrested for sharing pro-Pakistan posts on social media.

As per sources, On February 22 a Facebook account by the name A_2_Z shared a post saying, “Love you pak army.”

Just as this post caught the attention of all, an account holder by the name Meru Byagawat shared that same controversial post. As this raised many eyebrows, the police swooped in to take Byagawat into custody and are interrogation him, informed sources.

This is the fifth such incident in the state in the last two weeks where Pakistan supporters have surfaced.

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