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GUWAHATI, Aug 28 � The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has registered a case in connection with the posting of �highly inflammatory statements� in the Facebook account named after AIUDF chief Badaruddin Ajmal.

Additional Director General of Police (CID) Mukesh Sahay told The Assam Tribune that the case was registered last evening against an unknown person as such fake accounts can be opened by anyone. The CID has approached the Facebook authorities to get access to the IP address of the user.

�The basic charge relates to posting of comments which might spread a sense of hatred among people,� Sahay said, adding that the investigation to trace out the culprits is on. The CID police station case number 65/2012 has been registered under Sec 66 A and 66 C of the IT Act, besides 120 B, 153 A and 506 of the Indian Penal Code.

The comments have been posted in the wake of the BTAD violence.

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CID probe on Facebook comments

GUWAHATI, Aug 28 � The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has registered a case in connection with the posting of �highly inflammatory statements� in the Facebook account named after AIUDF chief Badaruddin Ajmal.

Additional Director General of Police (CID) Mukesh Sahay told The Assam Tribune that the case was registered last evening against an unknown person as such fake accounts can be opened by anyone. The CID has approached the Facebook authorities to get access to the IP address of the user.

�The basic charge relates to posting of comments which might spread a sense of hatred among people,� Sahay said, adding that the investigation to trace out the culprits is on. The CID police station case number 65/2012 has been registered under Sec 66 A and 66 C of the IT Act, besides 120 B, 153 A and 506 of the Indian Penal Code.

The comments have been posted in the wake of the BTAD violence.

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