Police blocks fake Facebook accounts after Raj Thackeray's complaint
Police said that they are yet to trace the Internet Protocol address to ascertain who made the fake accounts.
Mumbai: The cyber crime cell of the Mumbai Crime Branch has blocked the fake Facebook accounts of MNS chief Raj Thackeray's children. Thackeray's children had filed a complaint earlier this week, claiming that neither of them were personally on Facebook or on Twitter.
Police said that they are yet to trace the Internet Protocol address to ascertain who made the fake accounts. Raj's children had requested people to not fall for such a trap and send friend requests.
Earlier, two girls were arrested after they had criticised in a Facebook post the November 18 shutdown due to Bal Thackeray's funeral. The two were later granted bail after they were remanded in 14-day judicial custody.
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