Mumbai police has registered a case against a person for allegedly posting objectionable posts against

Maharashtra chief minister Eknath Shinde on Facebook. An officer gave this information. He told on Saturday

that according to the 56-year-old female complainant, the facebook account on which the obscene post has

been made is in the name of a shiv sena (UBT) worker. UBT stands for uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray. The

complainant is the coordinator of Shinde-led shiv sena for Andheri assembly constituency here.

Case registered under these sections

The officer said that the complainant found this post while reading online news, the purpose of the post is to

hurt the dignity of the woman. He said that based on the complaint lodged by the woman, indian Penal Code

sections 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the dignity of a woman), 153-A (1) (promoting enmity

between two groups) Dena) and under the provisions of the Information technology Act. This is the second

case registered against shiv sena (UBT) workers in three days.

Uddhav faction and shiv sena workers came face to face two days ago

Workers of Eknath Shinde-led shiv sena and uddhav Thackeray's shiv sena (UBT) came face to face on

Thursday and raised slogans against each other at the memorial of party founder late Bal thackeray, whose 11th

death anniversary was observed on Friday. While shiv sena workers shouted that the party was theirs, those

owing allegiance to uddhav thackeray responded with slogans of go back traitors. This incident happened

when chief minister Shinde had reached the memorial located at shivaji Park in Dadar to pay tribute to Bal

Thackeray. Shinde said, It is everyone’s responsibility to maintain law and order. To ensure that there is no law

and order problem, I pay homage a day earlier. I condemn the attempt to disturb peace.

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