A Mumbai based youngster was arrested on charges of opening and operating a fake account in the name of Sara Tendulkar, daughter of master blaster Sachin Tendulkar. One of the legends of Indian cricket, Sachin Tendulkar's daughter Sara Tendulkar studies in London University.
However recently she was shocked to see a fake account operating in her name in Twitter. On her complaint to Sachin Tendulkar, he had immediately registered a case with Mumbai police. Upon investigations made by the Mumbai cyber crime department, it was found that the fake id of Sara Tendulkar was maintained by a Mumbai Youngster named Nithiin shishkot.
It was also observed
that he had been using Sara Tendulkar fake account to post derogatory tweets on
Congress leader Sharda Pawar. Ultimately, Nithiin was arrested by the police
department at Andheri area of Mumbai and also seized his laptops and mobile
phones. Cases have been filed on him on charges of fraud, forgery,
impersonation and defamation.
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