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Man held for insulting tricolour sent to police remand

AMBALA: The Mullana police on Monday offered Uttar Pradesh resident Farid Khan (23), who used to be arrested on Sunday for disrespecting the National Flag, in a local court that remanded him in one-day police remand.

The court of civil pass judgement on senior department Akshdeep Mahajan remanded the accused in police custody as the cops are yet to recuperate the mobile phone used to upload the alleged social media put up by which the accused had insulted the tricolour.

According to respectable resources,“The cops had sought Three-day police remand of the accused to make certain recoveries associated with the case and to investigate the matter further. However, the court has sent Farid to one-day police remand.”

Investigation officer Ravinder Kumar stated, “The accused can be in one-day police remand to recuperate the mobile phone from which the Facebook put up used to be posted. Other sides of this example also are underneath investigation and, subsequently, we've got taken him in our custody.”

While popping out of court after his hearing within the Ambala district court, Farid told TOI, “The Facebook account used to be generated only a few days ago and the put up used to be now not meant to disrespect the National Flag. I had no idea that one of these put up may just disrespect the tricolour. The put up displayed the image of 2 fingers through which the highest hand had the print of Pakistan flag whilst the other had Indian flag.”

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