Congress MLA circulates objectionable fake photos Ayodhya Priest, arrested by Gujarat police

The Gujarat Police has recently arrested Congress leader Hitendra Pithadia in a deadly case in which he circulated controversial and untrue photographs linking him with an Ayodhya priest. In this case, the MLA has been arrested by Gujarat Police as per the provisions of the country and strict action is being taken against him.

Hitendra shared the ‘obscene’ and ‘fake’ pictures and videos with the caption, “Is this person ready to become the priest of Ayodhya Ram temple?” The images revealed a man adorned with a tilak and sandalwood on his forehead engaging in inappropriate situations with a woman. Another photograph depicts a noticeable intimacy between the two individuals.

Cyber Crime Branch has filed a complaint against Hitendra Pithiya, Chairman of the SC Department in Gujarat Congress. A case has been registered against him for making and circulating false posts. The complaint alleges hurting religious sentiments and attempting to defame individuals. After the complaint, the Cyber ​​Crime Unit took immediate action and arrested the accused leader. A case has been registered against Pithiya under IPC 469, 509, IPC 295A, and IT Act.

Mohit Pandey, a student of Dudheshwar Nath Veda Vidya Peeth, has been appointed as the chief priest at the Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya. 20 persons, including Mohit, have been selected out of around 3000 interviews conducted for priest posts. All selected priests must undergo six months of training before assuming their roles.

Indecent photos of an adult video of a couple are being circulated on social media with a fake claim that the man shown in the explicit photos is Mohit Pandey. But this has nothing to do with Mohit Pandey. Now action is being taken against the Congress leader who shared this picture.

In the wake of the arrest of Congress leader Hitendra Pithadia, the Gujarat Police is intensifying efforts to curb the circulation of false information, ensuring justice for the innocent priest, Mohit Pandey. Authorities are determined to prosecute those responsible for spreading misinformation and defaming individuals.

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