Pro-Pakistan slogans raised on Clubhouse, Bangalore police registration case

Bengaluru Police Commissioner Prathap Reddy CH said the accounts were created using nicknames and the police enlisted the help of service providers to track the defendants through their IP addresses.

Pro-Pakistan slogans were hurled in a group on the social networking app Clubhouse by people believed to be from Bengaluru. (File photo)

Days after pro-Pakistani slogans were hurled at a group on social networking app Clubhouse by people believed to be from Bengaluru, the city’s police suo moto registered a case and launched an investigation.

According to the complaint registered at Sampigehalli Police Station, on August 15, a Clubhouse group was established where the Pakistani flag was displayed, the Pakistani national anthem was played and pro-Pakistani and anti-Indian slogans were waved. . Shortly after the problem was discovered, police registered a case on August 17.

Police Commissioner Prathap Reddy CH said he took the incident seriously and was working to locate the accused. The accounts were created using nicknames and we enlisted the help of service providers to track the defendants through their IP addresses, he added.

“The defendants not only displayed the Pakistani flag in their photos, but also encouraged others to do the same. They also dared to investigate the agencies to track them down,” a law enforcement source said.

First published on: 2022-08-18 at 15:55:51

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