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Ajmal warns against accounts on social media

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GUWAHATI, Nov 10 - Many fake accounts on social network sites like Facebook being operated in the name of All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) supremo and Lok Sabha member Badruddin Ajmal have come to the light and the leader has called upon the people who are operating such accounts to delete them.

Ajmal said that the existence of many such accounts operated in his name has come to the light.

He said that while accounts may have been opened by persons who are sympathizers of him or his party, it is a crime to operate fake accounts in the social media.

Ajmal said that he cannot allow his well-wishers to indulge in such illegal activities, even if their intentions are good.

Requesting those who are operating such accounts to delete them, Ajmal warned that otherwise he would be forced to seek a legal recourse.

The AIUDF chief said that he has his own authorised accounts on Facebook and Twitter and people can follow him there.

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Ajmal warns against accounts on social media

GUWAHATI, Nov 10 - Many fake accounts on social network sites like Facebook being operated in the name of All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) supremo and Lok Sabha member Badruddin Ajmal have come to the light and the leader has called upon the people who are operating such accounts to delete them.

Ajmal said that the existence of many such accounts operated in his name has come to the light.

He said that while accounts may have been opened by persons who are sympathizers of him or his party, it is a crime to operate fake accounts in the social media.

Ajmal said that he cannot allow his well-wishers to indulge in such illegal activities, even if their intentions are good.

Requesting those who are operating such accounts to delete them, Ajmal warned that otherwise he would be forced to seek a legal recourse.

The AIUDF chief said that he has his own authorised accounts on Facebook and Twitter and people can follow him there.

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