Lucknow Police commissioner Sujeet Pandey.
LUCKNOW: Many mediapersons in Lucknow obtained an sound message regarding protests on Freedom Day to register disapproval of structure Ram temple in Ayodhya and demand another state for minorities, on Saturday afternoon.
More than 50 newsmen educated senior police officers concerning the provocative messages being obtained after which Lucknow Police registered a case and started a probe.
Many senior journalists at the country capital began receiving the sound message from 12. 30pm and they immediately advised the additional director general of police, law and order, Prashant Kumar.
Authorities took cognisance of this sound message and an FIR was registered on the complaint filed by sub-inspector Mahesh Dutt Shukla.
Lucknow Police commissioner Sujeet Pandey told TOI that an FIR was registered against unknown miscreants in Hazratganj police station along with the cyber mobile was entrusted the job to follow the senders.
The FIR was registered on behalf of sedition, Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, ITAct, vilification or assaulting faith, race, location of birth, residence, language, speaking words against federal integration, malicious and deliberate action meant to outrage religious feelings, and whomever, with the deliberate intention of wounding spiritual feelings.
The message has been sent from various amounts with codes of Malaysia, Canada and unique states of america.
The sound message in man voice urges individuals to protest against the coming of Ram Temple at Ayodhya and states it’s a step towards making the nation a’Hindu rashtra’.
The concept farther instigates people of one religion to need another nation on the traces of Khalistan.
Joint Commissioner of Police, offense, Nilabja Choudhury stated,”Each of the amounts where the sound messages are sent appear to be Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) and therefore are being tracked by specialists”.
“We’re also likely to take help from National Investigation Agency (NIA) in addition to UP ATS from the probe,” he added.
Meanwhile, the police officers said that they were asking whether similar messages are obtained in other districts also.