Telangana: Govt doctor booked for posting objectionable messages on social media

According to police, Dr Ibrahim, a surgeon in Sircilla Government hospital, posted objectionable messages in the Whatsapp group of Indian Medical Association, Rajanna-Sircilla district unit.

By   |  Published: 1st Sep 2020  12:03 pmUpdated: 1st Sep 2020  12:04 pm

Rajanna-Sircilla: The Sircilla police on Tuesday registered a case against a government doctor for allegedly trying to create tension among two groups by posting objectionable comments on social media.

According to police, Dr Ibrahim, a surgeon in Sircilla Government hospital, posted objectionable messages in the Whatsapp group of Indian Medical Association, Rajanna-Sircilla district unit, targetting Hindu organisations ABVP, RSS and BJP on August 30.

On August 31, BJP town president and advocate Annaladas Venu, a resident of Ambikanagar, Sircilla town, lodged a complaint against Dr Ibrahim stating that he was trying to defame Hindu groups by terming them as “lustful fellows and rapists”.

The doctor was also allegedly trying to create tension and promote enmity between Hindus and Muslims, he alleged.

Based on Venu’s complaint, police registered a case.


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