How Gujarat cops arrested Saket Gokhale from Rajasthan’s Trinamool


Trinamool Congress spokesman Saket Gokhale, who allegedly spread ‘fake news’ about Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has been arrested by Gujarat police without the knowledge of his Rajasthan counterparts, officers from the Gujarat Cyber ​​Cell unit on condition of anonymity.

Mr. Gokhale was arrested today. Police allege he made false allegations that Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Gujarat’s Morbi in November cost the state government Rs 30 crore, far more than the compensation awarded to victims of the bridge collapse.

This was flagged as “false” by the government’s fact-checking unit on the same day.

“We did not inform the Rajasthan Police Team. Saket Gokhale was charged in a case in Gujarat State. Gujarat Police went to arrest him. We followed the court process. Saket Gokhale n “was not briefed or invited to come to Gujarat. We intercepted him in Rajasthan and picked him up there,” a source told NDTV.


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