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A petition Was Filed In The SC Over The Objectionable Remarks Against The President And PM Of India By Google YouTube And Wikipedia

Complaint to take action on Google, YouTube, Wikipedia under Suo-moto Cognizance to take action against showing objectionable facts about the former President of India APJ Abdul Kalam, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and India’s Constitutional highest-ranking MPs and officials in the has been recorded.

Recently, the priest of Dasna used objectionable words against former President of India APJ Abdul Kalam, calling him “Jihadi”.  Dasna priest Yeti Narasimhanand Saraswati told that the former President of India, Abdul Kalam is a “Jihadi”.

Whose information they got through Google.  Even before this, Google had shown the current Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi in the list of top 10 criminals of the world.  After this, Google also had to face opposition from the Government of India.  After which, Google also had to apologize.

A complaint has been lodged in the Supreme Court by Ashish Rai Law Student (Mumbai University) and Dr. Ajay Pandey (National President of Politics School)  against giving objectionable information against personality on India’s highest constitutional post through Google and other online portals.
The petition has demanded that the constitutional interests of India are being defamed by Google, Wikipedia, YouTube.

These need to be brought strictly within the ambit of the law.  It has been told in the complaint that the constitutional personality of India has been defamed by the online portals of Google, YouTube, and Wikipedia.  Due to which there is also a threat to the communal peace system in India.

Keeping these important points in mind, a fine of Rs 1 thousand crores should be imposed on each online portal.  The amount received from the fine should be used for the Covid-19 Vaccination Program of India, the Financial Relief Fund of the Indian Army, to provide homes to poor and needy widowed women.

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