A city court here on Saturday broadened entertainer Ajaz Khan’s police care to 14 days. The on-screen character was captured on Thursday by the city’s cybercrime police for supposedly making and transferring “frightful” recordings. The substance posted by Khan is “promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, etc and creating hatred among the public at large”, police had said after his capture on Thursday.
The ex-Bigg Boss hopeful’s legal advisor had before restricted the police guardianship on grounds that starter examination was done before the capture and furthermore in light of the fact that the broadcast material is as of now seized. The police, in any case, kept up that authority was required.
The police had gotten a protest against him alongside couple of recordings which have turned into a web sensation via web-based networking media, said an official statement.
The body of evidence against the entertainer was enlisted under Indian Penal Code’s Section 153A (advancing ill will between various gatherings on grounds of religion, race and so forth.) and Section 34 (Acts done by a few people in facilitation of regular goal) alongside Section 67 of the IT Act (distributing or transmitting profane material in electronic structure).
Further examination is being completed by Cyber Crime Police Station, Mumbai. It isn’t just because that the entertainer has stood out as truly newsworthy, a year ago he was captured for having prohibited opiate substance. He was captured by Anti Narcotics Cell of the Mumbai police with eight bliss tablets.