Ex Bigg Boss contestant Ajaz Khan arrested by Mumbai Police for posting objectionable video on social media

He has been charged under several sections of the Indian Penal Code and IT Act Sec. 67 which can land him a jail term of five years and/or fine of Rs 5,00,000.

Former Bigg Boss star Ajaz Khan was arrested by Mumbai Police Cyber Cell on Thursday. The arrest was made following a controversial  Tik Tok video that he has posted on social media.

A Mumbai Police spokesperson informed  that the Cyber Police had received complaints along with some viral videos 

"It was found that Ajaz Khan has created/uploaded these videos with objectionable content mainly promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, etc. and create hatred among the public at large," said the police.

He has been charged under several sections of the Indian Penal Code and IT Act Sec. 67 which can land him a jail term of five years and/or fine of Rs 5,00,000.

Before this, in October 2018, anti-Narcotics Cell arrested former Bigg Boss contestant from a hotel in Mumbai for allegedly possessing banned psychoactive drugs. They found banned narcotic substance, eight tablets of the prohibited MDMA Ecstasy' (or, Molly) tablets weighing around 2.30 gm, which are popular among youth in rave parties. Khan was produced before the Vashi Court which remanded him in police custody, adding further investigations are on to trace his other accomplices.

Also, In 2016, he was arrested and released on bail on charges of sending obscene pictures and lewd messages to a beautician who had offered him a business project proposal.

Khan participated in the seventh season of Bigg Boss. Later, he also appeared on Comedy Nights Bachao, Box Cricket League and Comedy Nights with Kapil. 

 

 

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