Congress’s social media activist Amaresh Misra sent to jail for spreading hate against Hindus

Congress’s social media activist Amaresh Misra sent to jail for spreading hate

Congress leader and historian Amaresh Misra who was arrested on Wednesday from his Gurgaon residence for spreading hatred against BJP and its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi though his Twitter and Facebook accounts was sent to jail on Thursday.
The police brought Amaresh Misra to Lucknow and produced him before the Chief Judicial Magistrate. Kamelsh Pathak, spokesman of Lucknow police, said that Amaresh Misra has been sent to jail.
“The court found charges against Amaresh Misra correct and sent him to jail,” Pathak said.
The police had received a complaint against Amaresh Misra, a resident of Gurgaon, for posting hate speeches on his Facebook page against Modi. In some of his posts he had alleged that Modi would instigate communal riots in India after May 16.
Congress social media activist and historian Amaresh Misra arrested for inciting violence, spreading hate
Inspector of Hazratganj police station Ashok Verma along with a team of cyber cell policemen raided Amaresh’s Gurgaon residence on Wednesday and nabbed him.
Police had registered cases under Section 504, 153 (A) of the IPC and a case under section 66 of the IT Act against Amaresh.
Amaresh, a known Modi baiter, who had spread canard against BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate in the past had contested 2009 Lok Sabha election as Ulema Council candidate from Lucknow and had lost his deposit.
Within hours of the 26/11 terror attacks on Mumbai, Amaresh Misra had blogged and later gone public with the outrageous claim that the bloodbath was a “Hindu-Jewish conspiracy”. It was supported by the likes of Digvijay Singh.

Source: Niti Central