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In the cartoon, the vanishing man was a reference to former railways minister Dinesh Trivedi, who was forced out of office by Mamta Banerjee.At the time, Banerjee had said, "If one commits an offence, one has to face arrest.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.Palghar girls, Mumbai, November 2012: Two young girls from Palghar, Shaheen Dhada and Renu Srinivasan, were arrested when one of them posted a question on her Facebook page questioning why the city was shut down for Shiv Sena leader Bal Thackeray's funeral.One of them commented that the shutdown was out of fear, not respect.Ravi Srinivasan, October, 2012: A Puducherry businessman Ravi Srinivasan was arrested for allegedly posting 'offensive' messages on Twitter about Congress leader P Chidambaram's son Karti Chidambaram.7.
Both of them said they had merely shared information that was easily available on the internet.Police said in one of the posts, Modi was depicted in a picture shown with an imprint of a shoe on his face.They claimed the posts had abusive comments against Modi and a comment in one post could have sparked communal tensions.9.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.The poet was dragged out of his house in his pajamas and a vest as police did not even give him time to change his clothes at the time of the arrest.8.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.But Mahapatra, who has been teaching at the university for 17 years, had said he did not repent his actions.In March this year, the Calcutta high court directed the West Bengal government to pay Rs 50,000 to the duo were arrested and harassed three years ago for circulating a cartoon that lampooned chief minister Mamata Banerjee.4.Bharti’s post on Facebook questioned why Nagpal had been suspended for ordering the demolition of a wall intended to be part of a mosque while no officer in Rampur was dismissed when an old madrassa was pulled down.He said the reason was because the town was controlled by Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan.