Bail plea of YouTuber Heer Khan, apprehended for making derogatory remarks against Hindu deities, turned down
The content creator, Heer Khan, based out of Khulbad in Prayagraj, was apprehended by cops authorities on August 24 after she triggered a debate on social media for making negative remarks against Hindu gods and goddesses.
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In the most current piece of news, a Prayagraj district court on Wednesday dismissed the bail plea of YouTuber Sana alias Heer Khan, who was captured by authorities previously this year for making derogatory, objectionable remarks against Hindu gods and goddesses in her videos.
After hearing the seriousness of the case, the court denied bail to the YouTuber, who was booked under a number of serious areas including charges applied for spreading out disharmony between two communities, disturbing public peace and treason.
The material developer, Heer Khan, based out of Khulbad in Prayagraj, was detained by authorities on August 24 after she sparked a controversy on social media for making negative remarks against Hindu gods and goddesses. The authorities recovered laptops, mobile phones, pen drives from her.
In her video tirade, the Youtuber might be heard making objectionable and violent comments against Hindu deities.
It must be noted that throughout the examination the cops discovered that Sana alias Heer Khan’s network was topped numerous parts of the nation. Later on, among her colleagues from Kanpur was likewise jailed, who had published a video of Sana alias Heer Khan on YouTube.
Throughout the interrogation and examination, it also came to light that a number of people from Pakistan would connect with her and motivate her to make bad remarks on the divine beings.
The interrogation likewise revealed that Heer was also involved in the presentation versus the CAA NRC held at Mansoor Ali Park in Prayagraj.
The cops have registered a case under area 153 A, 153 B, 295 A, 298, 505 (1) (b), 505 (2) (b) and 124 A, 120 B and IT Act against Heer Khan. The order was offered by district Judge Vinod Kumar III.
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