HC bars man from using social media for two years
HC bars man from using social media for two years

The Allahabad High Court has banned a man from using social media for two years while granting him bail. His bail would be cancelled should he violates the prohibition. Justice Siddharth also imposed conditions while granting him bail: “He will not use social media for a period of two years or till the conclusion of trial before the trial court, whichever is earlier. Breach of any of the bail conditions would result in the cancellation of the bail.” The man, Akhilanand Rao, was arrested by Deoria police and imprisoned since May 12 this year for allegedly making objectionable remarks against Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and other politicians.

Facts of the Case-FIR was lodged against the applicant that he made objectionable comments against the Chief Minister of the State and other public representatives. The FIR was booked by the police. It was also alleged that he falsely showed his status and tried to access undue advantages. The advocate who represented the applicant stated that it is a case of false accusations by the police. The applicant was in jail since 12.05.2020 and holds a criminal history of 11 cases.

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