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Anti-government social media posts will invite action by Bihar police

IndiaTimes Friday, 22 January 2021
The Bihar government on Friday said that action will be taken against organisations and individuals making anti-government comments on social media. The letter was released on the behalf of Economic and Cybercrime Department from Bihar Police Headquarters on January 21.
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Bihar Police will take action against those who make objectionable comments on social media against the Government, Members of Parliament, Members of the Legislative Assembly, or any other officials, said Additional Director General of Police of the Economic Offences Unit Nayyar Hasnain Khan."Head of...

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