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Man arrested for posting ‘fraudulent recordsdata’ in Sushant’s suicide case on Twitter

A person named Vibhor Anand, who identifies himself as an advocate, was as soon as arrested by the Mumbai cyber cell police after he made quite quite a bit of false allegations on social media in opposition to celebrities, the Mumbai police, and the Maharashtra authorities in the Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case.

Actor/producer Arbaaz Khan registered the case in opposition to Anand in a civil courtroom in town for allegedly dragging his title in the topic. In his now suspended Twitter legend, Vibhor Anand had made “sensational revelations” on the suicides of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput as effectively as the actor’s outdated supervisor Disha Salian. The man was as soon as also booked in August 2020 for posting defamatory feedback in opposition to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and the Mumbai police. In September, Anand had accused BJP MP Dr. Subramanian Swamy of trying to manipulate the AIIMS Medical File on the reason for Sushant’s death and also identified as for the MP’s arrest. Anand’s conspiracy theories earned him somewhat quite quite a bit of followers on Twitter, some of whom persisted to mislead their very maintain followers as effectively. Arbaaz Khan filed a case in opposition to Anand and quite quite a bit of others who tried to defame him as effectively. “He was as soon as picked up from his space in Delhi on Thursday and was as soon as dropped on town. He was as soon as produced in the courtroom and has been sent to police custody except October 19,” a police officer reportedly stated.

The death of Sushant Singh Rajput, who was as soon as stumbled on striking in his apartment in Mumbai on June 14, was as soon as dominated as a suicide by the Mumbai police. The case was as soon as later transferred to the CBI upon the directions of the Supreme Court and the attainable of the actor’s abolish was as soon as dominated out by the Bureau as effectively.

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