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Andhra Pradesh govt pulls off the gloves on social media posts

Andhra Pradesh govt pulls off the gloves on social media posts

Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu has warned that the govt will not tolerate unpleasant posts on social mediab stage.

Andhra Pradesh government has taken a controversial choice to take on individuals who make allegedly pejorative comments on social media. However the arrest of Ravi Kiran from Hyd said to be an admirer of the YSR was based on a grievance given by Assembly Secretary Saryanarayana it was started by Telugu Desam MLC Janardhan as of now.

Janardhan advanced the image that appeared in the Political Punch page on Facebook to Council Chairman Chakrapani and he promoted the image to the bureaucrats, by arresting Ravi Kiran and booking cases against him under the IT Act the govt has made it strong that there will be action in contradiction of those commenting unpleasantly against it on social media as per the officials.

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The TDP and the YSRC lock horns on every issue the social media is underwater with posts by the persons affiliated to both gatherings. Frequently these messages turn ugly with filthy linguistic and morphed images and with Kiran arrest the Andhra Pradesh govt has obvious to draw that line by acting up on those who are seen to be attacking TDP leaders for self.

Timing of the arrests was important TDP leader Nara Lokesh had supposedly told the party bests that there was a need to control the social media publicity and this was restated by CM Chandrababu Naidu said at meeting. Captivatingly the arrest have come a day after the SC made certain comments while hearing a similar case that the liberty of speech cannot insult dignity of an distinct. Previous the SC wrinkled that the admin of social media collections would be held answerable for the content.

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