Class 11 Student sent to Jail for Objectionable Post against Azam Khan on FB

Rampur, March 18: A class 11 student in Uttar Pradesh had to pay a big price for objectionable post on Facebook against that state's urban development minister Azam Khan. The boy was arrested and put behind bar.

Surprisingly, the minister justified the police action and lauded them for arresting the student within 24 hours of a complaint filed by Khan's secretary Fasahat Ali Khan.

According to police, the accused is a student of a public school in Bareilly. He posted the content, which was objectionable and derogatory, on the social networking site Facebook creating an account in the name of Azam Khan.

He was booked under section 66-A of the IT Act and sections 153 A, 504, and 505 of the IPC.

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