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Complaint raised for posting obnoxious posts against PM

Account from which objectionable post has been made belongs to a govt official

Lucknow: A property officer of the Housing Development Council has posted objectionable posts against the Prime Minister from his Facebook account. 

A complaint against the officer has been made to Prime Minister, Chief Minister Yogi Adiyanath and senior officials of the council along with several other serious allegations.

The account from which the objectionable post has been made belongs to one Subhash Chandra Maurya who is posted as a Property Officer in the Housing department of Meerut Zone. 

The Facebook account in question is also linked with the officer’s CUG number and has his photo, name and position written in it, thereby strongly suggesting that the account actually belongs to Subhash Chandra Maurya.

The complaint against the officer has been raised by Dinesh Chaudhary, a resident of Delhi Road Dhyanchand Nagar, who has accused the officer of indulging in corrupt practices and even cited a case of corruption charges leveled against him in Moradabad. 

The complainant has said on Facebook account of Subhash Chand Maurya several remarks have been made against the Prime Minister and these comments have been made on the posts of one Sobran Kabir. He added that these posts have used profane language against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and were originally posted on 21st March, 2021.

The officer in his defense has said that he did not post anything from his id and has claimed that his Facebook account has been hacked and then used to post such inflammatory posts. 

He added that since he is a government official, it is against the rules to make political remarks and he has nothing but deep respect for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

The officer Subhash said that a departmental inquiry is going on in the alleged corruption case and his suspension order has been withdrawn as of now on the basis of evidence.

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