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In one case in Jammu and Kashmir, a person was arrested merely for being tagged to a post on social media.Here are some cases of arrests under Section 66(A) that made the news over the past three years:1.Devu Chodankar, Goa, May 2014: Ship-building professional Chodankar was booked for posting a comment against Modi on Facebook.Police filed an FIR against him under sections 153(A) and 295(A) of the IPC and section 125 of the Representation of the People's Act and 66(A) of the IT Act.They were accused of emailing the cartoon based on a scene from Satyajit Ray's popular movie Sonar Kella.The cartoon, which was widely circulated on the internet, was based on a scene in the film in which a boy is duped by two criminals into believing that they caused someone to vanish.
Rajeesh Kumar, Kerala, Aug 2014: Police arrested CPI-M worker Rajeesh Kumar for posting “abusive” comments and photos on Facebook about Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The second girl, her friend, was arrested for liking the post.
They were arrested for "hurting religious sentiments" under section 295(a) of the IPC and section 66(a) of the IT Act. Ambikesh Mahapatra and Subrata Sengupta, Jadavpur, April 2012: Jadavpur university professor Ambikesh Mahapatra and his neighbour Subrata Sengupta were arrested for allegedly circulating a cartoon that lampooned West Bengal chief minister Mamta Banerjee.
They spent 12 days in jail and were suspended till the charges against them were dropped some months later. Kishtwar youngsters, Jammu and Kashmir, October 2012: Three youngsters from Kishtwar district were arrested and sent to jail for 40 days after they were tagged in an allegedly blasphemous video posted on Facebook. Kishori Sharma, Bansi Lal and Moti Lal Sharma were charged with desecrating religious symbols and inciting communal hatred by using information technology.
Police did not have any evidence that they had uploaded the video.6.