These days, India Alliance (I.N.D.I.A Alliance) is leaving no stone unturned to corner Prime Minister Modi. It proved costly for a Guruji in Basti to get ahead of the India alliance. Teachers got into trouble by posting against Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Facebook. Police today arrested Harishchandra Verma, a teacher posted in the primary school of Kaptanganj block, and sent him into lockup for 14 days.
Getting ahead of India alliance proved costly
Kaudikol resident Guruji was not able to stop the simmering anger against Prime Minister Modi. Taking the help of social media platforms, Guruji started playing the role of opposition. Indecent comment against PM went viral on Facebook. Guruji’s post also reached BSA. After reading, BSA suspended the teacher and filed a case. On September 4, indecent comments were made on PM Modi from Guruji’s Facebook account.
Government teacher sent to jail for 14 days
After the matter came to his notice, Block Education Officer Prabhat Srivastava gave a complaint to Kaptanganj police station and filed a case. SO Rohit Kumar Upadhyay said that the accused teacher has been challaned under the suspicion of disturbing peace. There is talk that Guruji had set out to become the Robinhood of the India alliance but the Yogi government put him in jail. Teacher Harishchandra Verma had commented on PM Modi on the pretext of Manipur incident.
Target was targeted on the pretext of incident in Manipur
He wrote that this has happened in Manipur now, the same will happen to women across the country in a few days. Writing against the PM on social media became a problem for Guruji. Guruji has been sent to jail for 14 days. Basic Education Officer Anup Kumar said that in the post made by Harishchandra Verma, a teacher posted in a primary school in Kaptanganj, derogatory language was used against Prime Minister Modi. After receiving the information, a case has been registered against the teacher at Kaptanganj police station while suspending him. Seeing the insult of the Prime Minister, the police came into action with double speed and within 24 hours arrested Harishchandra and sent him to jail.