SSR Case: Over 80,000 Fake Accounts Used To Discredit Mumbai Police And Maharashtra Government
The police force will work on tracing the users of these accounts and take necessary action against them
The AIIMS (All India Institute Of Medical Sciences) had recently declared that actor Sushant Singh Rajput had committed suicide and was not murdered. This news has boosted the spirit of Mumbai police who were criticised and slammed for their investigation. According to the latest news reports, the Mumbai police cyber cell team has apparently identified over 80,000 fake accounts on various social media platforms that were created with an intent to discredit and defame the city police department and the Maharashtra government. The police force will work on tracing the users of these accounts and take necessary action against them.
After the death of the actor, the police force was criticised for their investigation and soon hashtags like justice for Sushant and SSR started trending on social media platforms. Mumbai police officials also claimed that many accounts were operated from Italy, Thailand, France, Turkey, Indonesia and many other foreign locations.
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