BJP IT Cell secretary arrested for spreading fake news in Bengal

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Police in Bengal have arrested a senior functionary of the BJP for spreading fake news related to communal violence in the state.

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Tarun Sengupta, Secretary BJP IT Cell, Asansol, WB, was arrested today for spreading fake news and creating communal disharmony, tweeted the CID.

Sengupta had allegedly uploaded a video of an IPS officer mercilessly beating a man. He passed the video off as one having been shot during Hanuman Jayanti, celebrated this year in April.

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This came just two days after Nupur Sharma, the saffron party’s national spokesperson was booked under non-bailable sections for posting a fake photo of Gujarat genocide passing it off as from Bengal’s communal violence.

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The BJP’s IT cell has come under huge condemnation for repeatedly using fake and photoshopped digital materials to polarise communities along the religious lines allegedly to extract the much-needed electoral mileage.

Parts of Bengal have recently witnessed sporadic communal riots after a 17-year-boy posted a photoshopped photo of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) on Facebook.

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A BJP MLA from Telnagana had also given a call for repeating the genocide of Gujarat in 2002, when more than 4,000 Muslims were massacred with Narendra Modi as the state’s chief minister.

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  1. While writing Prophet Muhammad don’t enter “(Peace Be Upon Him)”. It should be “piss be upon him” It’s because for this pro-fart Mu-HAM-MAD that the world is burning. His followers are become terrorists jue like he was.

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