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India: Netizens outraged over dubbed Ramayana video taking part in inside of Noida pub

The manager and franchise owner of a resto-bar in Noida, Uttar Pradesh had been arrested for taking part in a purportedly dubbed video of the TV serial Ramayana at some level of the premises on a immense display camouflage. The video had long gone viral and netizens had been annoying motion towards the bar. Some of them even threatened that if motion is no longer taken towards the bar, they’re going to resort to vandalism.

The arrested consist of co-owner Manak Agarwal and manager Abhishek Soni. The DJ is currently in Chennai, the police officer said.

Lord Ram and demon king Ravana had been viewed on the display camouflage as stylish song played within the backdrop. Of us had been it sounds as if offended by the video clip, pronouncing that it mocks the Hindu faith.

Police acted instant once the video started circulating on social media and of us expressed madden over it. An FIR became lodged within the topic.

गार्डन गैलेरिया मॉल के बार में धारावाहिक रामायण के संवाद को डब कर चलाने के प्रकरण में थाना सेक्टर-39 नोएडा पर सुसंगत धाराओं में FIR पंजीकृत की गई है तथा 01 अभियुक्त को गिरफ्तार किया गया है, अग्रिम आवश्यक कार्रवाई की जा रही है।

उक्त संबंध में @ADCPNoida द्वारा दी गई बाइट।



“The video went viral on social media on Monday morning and is connected to be from Lord of the Drinks resto-bar positioned within the Gardens Galleria mall. Taking cognisance of the topic without extend, an FIR became lodged at Sector 39 police situation,” Extra Deputy Commissioner of Police (Noida) Shakti Avasthy said.

“Three of us – the resto bar’s co-owner, its manager and the DJ who played the video had been booked after the police suo motu took cognisance of the clips,” Avasthy suggested PTI.

The FIR has been lodged below Indian Penal Code sections 153A (act prejudicial to upkeep of harmony, or at likelihood of disturb public tranquillity) and 295 (injuring or defiling residing of cherish with intent to insult the faith of any class), the police said.

(With inputs from companies)


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