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Should People Be Jailed Over Social Media Posts?

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While the discourse on social media has no doubt degenerated, the number of arrests over social media posts too have shot up. Actor Ketaki Chitale and student Nikhil Bhamre, arrested for their derogatory remarks against Sharad Pawar, have been in jail for a month. Meanwhile, a teenager was arrested in UP over a WhatsApp status against Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Are such arrests over social media posts justified?

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