An understudy has burned through five months in an Indian correctional facility over a WhatsApp message he says he didn’t send.
Neighborhood reports say the 21-year-old man was accused of dissidence due to “frightful” substance, in spite of the fact that it isn’t clear what the message said.
Police claim the man was the manager of the WhatsApp gathering, when a dissension was recorded.
His family contend he was made a “default administrator” simply after the first directors had fled the gathering.
Junaid Khan, an understudy from the town of Talen in India’s focal Madhya Pradesh state was captured on 14 February. As per neighborhood reports, the charges come from a message that was sent in a WhatsApp gathering of which he was a section, prompting him being blamed for rebellion.
As indicated by The Times of India, the police captured Mr Khan for being the manager of the WhatsApp aggregate at the time the case became obvious. The group of the captured man says this was simply because two different individuals from the gathering left.
One of these individuals is thought to have posted the culpable message, and is accounted for to have likewise been captured.
The administrator for Rajgarh police told the daily paper that the power is “checking whether other individuals were likewise administrators of a similar gathering”.