West Bengal: A shocking case has come to light from Bengal where a student was arrested and booked under serious charges of the IPC, for standing up for the honour of the national flag. As bizarre as it may sound, that is the reality. so lets know what is the case…Amit ghosh, who is a student of Paramedics in west Bengal but now he is culprit for west bengal police As in mid-night, Amit was dragged to a police station. Serious charges of Non-Bail-able IPC 505B, 504, 323, & 34 was filled against Amit Ghosh. On August 19th , Amit was given bail at the CJM court in Burdwan district.
so why was Amit Ghosh Arrested?
Amit’s father stated “There was a National flag unfurled upside down. the green side was on top so my son criticize it on facebook with posting a Post about this “. yes It is shocking that National Flag of India unfurled upside down in the party office of the ruling TMC(Trinmool congress). Amit shared this Upside down National flag photo on facebook and that was the reason enough to police action. his father said about arrest “Police came to residence at middle of the night and started banging on the door. The door was broken and they kept shouting. my son were dragged from upstairs and he cant even given a chance to wear pants. police seize his mobile and took him away “. Truly shocking na? here is the facebook post of Amit Ghosh:
According to the police report submitted to the court it is written that Amit had uploaded a post through Social Media and used disgusting language against the TMC workers of the that village. But in the post there is no any disgusting language used by Amit Ghosh as you can see in his post. For Now Amit Granted a bail but did Amit pay a prize for standing up the honour of the national flag in West Bengal? This incident is from Bhatar police station, Katwa, West Bengal.
India Today also reported that this news is true. you can read here…
On the midnight of August 16th, a student of Paramedics posted on Facebook, that the Trinamool Party workers hoisted a national flag upside down on I-day at the local party office. India today decided to find out the truth.https://t.co/8niv8UhmIG
— India Today (@IndiaToday) August 24, 2018