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Congress member finds a WhatsApp message ‘offensive’, files police complaint

He has alleged that the WhatsApp group was created by a BJP member which sent abusive messages on Congress leaders.

A Congress Party member, named Ravi Kant Swami, filed a complaint with the Panchkula Police in Haryana, alleging that a Whatsapp group, by the name of ‘Sanatan Hindu Dharam’ has been sending sordid messages and spreading hatred, reports The Indian Express.

Ravi Kant Swami who was accompanied by other party members filed the complaint with the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Kamaldeep Goyal, accusing people of the group of using berating and hateful language against him and Congress party.

“Vulgar and lascivious language was used after I was added to a WhatsApp group, ’Sanatan Hindu Dharam’, which had 52 members, on February 10 by a BJP member,” he alleged.

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In his talk with the Chandigarh Newsline, Swami said, “The members of the group were using vulgar and offensive language against esteemed Congress leaders like, Priyanka Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, Pawan Bansal, Rahul Gandhi, Navjot Singh Sidhu and his wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu.”

“I have filed a complaint today before Deputy Commissioner of Police against the members of the aforesaid WhatsApp group,” he added.

Swami demanded strict action be taken against the accused persons in accordance with provisions of IT ACt (2000) and other relevant sections of the IPC.

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