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The Thane police has detained Marathi actress Ketaki Chitale for posting on social media against Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), a partner of Maharashtra’s Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government, on social media. have taken. The police allege that Ketki made a derogatory post against Pawar.

Taking a strong reaction to Ketki’s post, NCP had demanded action against him. At the same time, a person named Swapnil Netke has registered a case under sections 153 and 505 at Kalwa police station in Thane city. In its complaint, Netke has claimed that Ketki’s objectionable post against Pawar may further strain relations between the two political parties in the state. After registering an FIR at Kalwa police station, the case has been handed over to Thane crime branch.

A total of three FIRs have been registered against Marathi actress Ketki Chitale for her alleged derogatory post against Pawar. Let us tell you that Ketki did not write Sharad Pawar’s name in his post, but he wrote 80 years mentioning the surname Pawar and age. Sharad Pawar’s age is 81 years. On this basis, this post has been told against Sharad Pawar and he has been taken into custody after registering an FIR against him.

Commenting on the post that Ketki had written on the social media post site Facebook, Maharashtra Housing Development Minister Jitendra Awhad commented and threatened. In his threat, Awhad had said that party workers would register a case in at least 100-200 police stations in Maharashtra over the actress’s post.

Awhad said the party workers would never tolerate such wrong remarks about their leader. He is a father figure to the NCP family and the remarks made on him are disgusting. At the same time, senior NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal demanded immediate action against the actress.

NCP spokesperson Clyde Cresto said the actress learned all this from the leaders of Maharashtra BJP. He said the best way to get cheap and free popularity is to make derogatory statements against Pawar. At the same time, Rupali Chakankar, chairperson of the Maharashtra State Commission for Women, also called the criticism condemnable.