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Eighteen year old Zakir Ali Tyagi asked only when he asked, "Junk" is actually a "live unit" on Facebook, on the Facebook. He also discussed BJP's Ram temple plans. For these random observations on Facebook, a 42-day celebration was spent in seizing Muzaffarnagar for using toilet as well. He was picked up by police in this April, and a case was registered under Section 420 (cheating) of IPC and Section 66 of IT Act. He was brutally beaten, and called a terrorist. As long as he emerged from jail, he lost his job at a nearby steel plant.

In Indian states, citizens like Tyagi are being picked up by police for rude remarks on social media, and the arbitration of these arrests has created an atmosphere of concern. In most cases to hit the news, the people who have been accused are for the common people, without inciting people violence. On November 2 this year, journalist Afgan Soni of Meerut was accused of posting abusive video of Narendra Modi for defamation and "computer related crimes" (Section 66 of the IT Act). What was "abusive" video? Modi asked for a rally about "one day" and said that he does not get a response from the crowd, but the flock of goats.

The arrest of social media is not new, nor is it a unique Indian form of repression. Section 66A of the IT Act terminated by the Supreme Court in 2015, was used to adequately book you with words if you make annoyance, discomfort, humiliation or injury online in 2012 and 2013, one of Palghar The girl was arrested for criticizing Bal Thackeray's funeral in Maharashtra, another girl to "like" that comment; A Kolkata professor was arrested for forwarding a cartoon about Mamta Banerjee; As was a person, who tweeted about the unbalanced wealth of Chidambaram. But now, even if Section 66A is over, the speech is closed. And perhaps more than the political system, it is about the mis-enthusiasm of the criminal justice system, general neglect for its free speech and hypersensitivity on the speech which harasses the political establishment.

India, like every other country in the world, holds the right hostage on free expression; it includes the danger of public order, religious sensitivity, caste flocks, defamation, child pornography and so on. Former DGP and President of the Indian Police Foundation N Ramachandran says, "But the real problem is that these legal provisions are being misused by police officers." "Instead of running for the arrest, the police should weigh fairly criminal and potential impact, with utmost care."
The lawyer and Internet freedom advocate, Upper Gupta says that other sections of the IT Act including currents on obscenity and morphing are being used to arrest people. The front of the images can be a matter of concern when women are presented incorrectly, but "a political satire or satire is not an unlawful or criminal act, image of a front". Similarly, lying and nervous human activities that are also online too; They are not naturally eligible for criminal sanction, even rumors are not illegal by themselves, the CRPC should be bitten only in cases where they can provoke violence or other criminal influences.


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