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Meem has filed a complaint against the actresses for sharing, alleging feelings of injury

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And Gata Roy said, “You have committed an offense under Section 295A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), now be prepared to bear the consequences.”

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Police have filed a complaint against veteran BJP leader and former Meghalaya Governor Tathagata Roy for sharing a meme against Bengali actress Sayoni Ghosh (Sayyani Ghosh) on Twitter, alleging that Hindus used the meme. Rather, it is the watch of someone else who hacked his account.

And Gata Roy said, “You have committed an offense under Section 295A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), now be prepared to bear the consequences.”

Ghosh said on Twitter, “This post is from February 2015, it has been brought to my notice, which is very unpleasant.” He said he came to Twitter in 2010 and after a while he stopped using Twitter and later found out that his account had been hacked. He said that only after 2017 can he get his account back.

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The actress said, “Most of the posts were deleted, but some non-essential posts were lost from us.”

Video: Fight over Meghalaya Governor Tathagata Roy’s tweet
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