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MBBS student influenced by Republic Tv reports coverage of SSR case sends threatening messages to CP’s family; detained

MBBS student influenced by Republic Tv reports coverage of SSR case sends threatening messages to CP’s family; detained

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An MBBS student after being influenced by Republic TV reports over the SSR case was detained for allegedly sending threatening messages to CP’s family.

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City police chief decides not to lodge complain:

A 21 year-o21-year-older MBBS student was detained for sending threatening messages in social media to CP’s family. However, the city police chief decided not to complain about the student. The student told the cops that he was influenced by the Republic Tv’s reports on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. All this impacted his opinion about Mumbai Police. The student apologised and his family requested the police to be lenient.

A police official said that The Mumbai Police Commissioner and his family members were receiving threatening messages for the past few weeks. He further added,” They ignore most of them. However, in the last few days, a person sent several messages on social media to a close family member of the police commissioner asking him to advise the city police chief to keep quiet or they have other ways to ‘shut him up’.“

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Milind Bharambe as joint commissioner of police, Mumbai Crime Branch. Singh informed him about the messages and started the procedure of registration of a complaint. Following which the Crime branch officials identified the person through his IP address. The person was identified as a medical student residing in Vijay Nagari Annex on Ghodbunder Road in Thane. 

When police interrogated him, he told that his sister is a CA( Chartered Accountant) and his father is a chemical engineer. Mumbai Police Commissioner said that it should be an eye-opener that how the poisonous coverage on few channels can affect the minds of young children.

 

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