SSR’s Death Case: Over 80K Fake Accounts Created on Social Media to Malign Mumbai Police and Maha Government

SSR’s death case seems to be getting entangled in deep turmoil of bitter truth and falseness spread over social media. Since the case has been handled to CBI, new sensations and contradictions of the same news were being revealed frequently. Now the investigation revealed that over 80,000 fake accounts were created on various social media platforms to debunk Mumbai police and Maharashtra government. Mumbai police commission Param Bir Singh asked the cyber cell to investigate the creation of fake accounts under the information technology act.

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Mumbai Police cyber unit has reported that 80k fake accounts found being used to spread hate and false news against the Maha government and Mumbai Police. These accounts are being used in different countries like Japan, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Indonesia, Turkey, Thailand, Romania, and France. A senior IPS official said that these accounts were used in a foreign language, so we are in the process of verifying more such accounts.



Mumbai Police commissioner Param Bir Singh further added, “This was a motivated move to malign Maharashtra Government and derail the investigation of Mumbai Police. We were probing the case professionally, but these fake accounts were created to target us with abusive tone.”


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