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Moodbidri: Man spreading hatred through fake FB accounts arrested


Daijiworld Media Network - Moodbidri (SP)

Moodbidri, Nov 9: Police personnel of the town police station here succeeded in arresting Ibrahim Kaleel from Murali in Bellare, Sullia taluk, on Thursday November 8. Kaleel has been charged with spreading communally harmful messages by opening fake Facebook (FB) accounts, besides posing death threat to an entrepreneur.

A case had been registered against Kaleel four months back. He is employed at Abu Dhabi.

He had opened several fake Facebook accounts which were used to spread communal hatred and spread sacrilegious material. He had been accused of posing murder threat to Abdul Lathif, who runs a business in the town and also has business interests at Sullia. As Kaleel was abroad, the police had been unable to act on the complaint although the case was registered on July 25 this year.

After getting information that Ibrahim was on a visit to his native place on holiday on October 31, the police from here went to Sullia, took him into custody and brought him here. On being produced in the court, he was remanded to judicial custody of 15 days.


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  • Shaf bhak, Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    His own community people.
    It is sunny vs Salafi.
    He has less tolerance for other beliefs, so is a fundamentalist.
    But not a intentional law breaker. Less police submit evidence n justice prevail.
    Let the man learn religion is required for self , not for public.

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  • Shabeer Puttur, Abu Dhabi

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Hang him Public Place if his case proved...

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  • Mamatha, Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    No hanging required. let him realize the mistake .

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Since the case is registered against the allegation ,the police will really do the needful.

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  • HANIF MOHAMMAD, SHARJAH

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Complaint is issued against the Person, but all the same Id's which they are mentioning are using his real photo with some real name and some fake names, who is so crazy to use his own photo in his fake ID, and share some morphed photo of Hindu Gods. he already clarified in his real fb account that someone is playing a dirty game on him. Its a pesobal rivalry. His own community folks are involved in it. Hope truth will cone out soon.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    All FEKU's eventually land up in Jail ...

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  • Mamatha, Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    That is nice long arm of law catching up... Kudos to Moodbidre police. I am sure if political interference not there they can eliminate this kind of elements in no time

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  • Jenifer, Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Utilize your intellect to create harmony, unity - not to spread hatred/animosity.

    You can't evade the law for long, on or the other day you will be caught.

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  • Aubb, India / Kuwait

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    @Jenni

    Wish all Indians learn the same, especially the so called Godmen, and the so called "Thundu Mundu Politicians"!

    Jai Hind!!

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