But trouble with his relationship with Hindu conservative and pro-BJP groups in Goa started when he began questioning the governance of the Parrikar-led government
"Statements of the complainant Atul (Pai) Kane and several Goa-based moderators from the Goa+ group have been recorded. What is left is the communication from Facebook's end and Devu's statement. We expect to get both these recorded in the first week of June," the official said.
Goa based businessman Atul Pai Kane had lodged a complaint recently with the cyber crime cell against Chodankar.
Goa Police chief TN Mohan on Monday dodged questions on the need for custodial interrogation of the Facebook-user.
Before Narendra Modi is sworn in as prime minister on 26 May, a young shipbuilding professional may well be behind bars, for slamming the now former Gujarat chief minister on Facebook during the Lok Sabha election campaign.