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Shah Ghouse case: Youth held for defamatory content

A business administration student from the Old city of Hyderabad has been arrested by the Cyberabad cyber crime police for spreading defamatory content against Shah Ghouse hotel.  

Published: 24th December 2016 02:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th December 2016 06:47 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: A business administration student from the Old city of Hyderabad has been arrested by the Cyberabad cyber crime police for spreading defamatory content against Shah Ghouse hotel.  

The accused, V Chandra Mohan (22), a MBA student from Rikab Gunj of Madina, had received a message in one of the WhatsApp groups that somewhere in India, a hotel was seen mixing dog’s meat to adulterate non-vegetarian items.  Chandra Mohan, with an intent to create panic among his friends, changed the message and posted in his school friends group stating that dog’s meat was found in Shah Ghouse restaurant on December 8. As a result, the owner of the restaurant was arrested by the police. A case was booked and he has been arrested and sent to judicial remand on Friday,” said ACP Jayaram.



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