Former Bigg Boss contestant Ajaz Khan arrested in Mumbai over 'objectionable' Facebook post

Ajaz Khan was arrested on Saturday for allegedly uploading an objectionable Facebook post, a Mumbai police official said.

Press Trust of India April 19, 2020 11:22:19 IST
Former Bigg Boss contestant Ajaz Khan arrested in Mumbai over 'objectionable' Facebook post

Actor and former Bigg Boss contestant Ajaz Khan was arrested on Saturday for allegedly uploading an objectionable Facebook post, a Mumbai police official said.

Khan was summoned to Khar police station in connection with the comment made during a Facebook live session, and then placed under arrest, he said.

“He has been charged under section 153A and others of the IPC for promoting enmity among communities. Further probe is underway,” the police official added.

Ajaz Khan was arrested in July last year for posting objectionable videos that could allegedly have caused enmity among communities, police had said at the time.

In October 2018, he was held for allegedly possessing banned drugs, police said.

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