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The state home department has registered a case against 119 people for allegedly making objectionable comments on social media against Kerala Chief Minister Pinarai Vijayan.

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This information was given by the office of Chief Minister Pinarai Vijayan himself in the state assembly.

In the Legislative Assembly, leader of the opposition MK Munir had asked the question, the Chief Minister Pinarayi

 

Vijayan’s office replied that 41 government employees have been taken into action on objectionable comments against Chief Minister Pinarai Vijayan on the social media platform.

 

A case has been registered against 12 employees, while 29 people have been taken to the departmental level against them. In this regard, the case against a Central Government employee has also been registered. The cyber cell of the state is trying to remove objectionable comments and is verifying the names of the accused.

In addition to action against government employees, 106 others have also been booked in the last three years in connection with commenting on CM Kerala Panerai Vijayan . Apart from Chief Minister Pinarai Vijayan, the cases have been filed against the leader of the Opposition, two cabinet ministers, assembly speaker and 15 MLAs also in the matter of comment.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarai Vijayan said on Tuesday that the situation in Kerala is not like Uttar Pradesh, where journalists are arrested for comment on social media against Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

After this statement, Leader of the Opposition Ramesh Chennithal had questioned the Chief Minister to issue the data which has taken action against people in the matter of commenting against the Chief Minister.

After the release of these data, the social media is boiling against CM Pinarai Vijayan, people have compared him to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. People are accusing them of terrorism.

The freelance journalist Prashant Kanaujia was arrested on Saturday by the Uttar Pradesh police. They are accused of posting objectionable postings against the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Twitter. Two other journalists were also detained by the police in this case.

The Supreme Court had ordered the release of journalist Prashant Kanaujia in this case. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court had sternly commented on the arrest and said that you can not infringe the rights of any citizen. It is important to keep the rights of citizens safe.

The views on the offensive post can be different but why arrest? Lucknow’s ACJM court on Wednesday ordered the release of journalist Prashant Kanojia. On Tuesday, journalist Prashant Kanojia was released.

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