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Tuki lodges FIR against false deed in circulation

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  2 March 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From Our Correspondent

Itagar, March 1: Former Aruchal Pradesh Chief Minister bam Tuki today lodged an FIR at Itagar police station against a deed of agreement defaming his me which, is in circulation in social media and even published in Noida-based English daily. According to the deed, Tuki had allegedly sold the post of chief minister to Pema Khandu at the cost of Rs 60 crore by executing the deed on July 15 last year.

Tuki in his FIR while terming the deed as false and fabricated stated that his me as well as the me of Khandu along with four other legislators mely Phurpa Tsering, Jambey Tashi, bam Rebia and Techi Kaso as witnesses figured out and the deed was uploaded by a few persons in the social networking media such as WhatsApp and Facebook and the same is being circulated in the social media like a wild fire.

Tuki in his FIR further informed that the deed was false and fabricated which is suspected to be a handiwork of some vested interested person to assassite his political career and also to tarnish his image in the society. “The contents of such false and fabricated documents have brought irreparable loss in my political career and also in person and same not only has tarnished, defamed and maligned my me but also has brought down my image and reputation in the eyes of public causing irreparable loss and injury,” Tuki said. “It is believed that some vested interested persons have conspired to carry out such illegal steps and design in order to achieve their illegal goal and for extraneous consideration. From the WhatsApp and Facebook, it could be seen that one Bengia Augung and Tsering Norbu are spearheading such illegal activities,” the senior Congress leader said.

Tuki further added that Noida based daily newspaper “The Quint” without any iota of truth also published the same story in connivance with some vested interested persons for which the Editor is also liable to be prosecuted under the relevant provisions of law.

“Uploading of such false and fabricated document with baseless and unfounded allegations is an offence under the law and also the same amounts to an offence under cyber law, which needs to be thoroughly probed and enquired. And, it needs to be stopped immediately from further circulation by arresting the culprits involved in such illegal activities under the relevant provisions of law in the interest of justice,” Tuki added in his FIR.

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