Bubagra Pradyot Manikya, the leader of the Tipra Motha party in Tripura, recently posted on Facebook tagging the Tripura police and requesting them to investigate an individual who has been spreading false information and malicious propaganda against him for a long time.
In the post, Manikya addressed the police and provided details about the individual’s actions, including the spreading of false information and malicious propaganda. He also included a PS remark about India and New York, which suggested that the individual may have been spreading false information about his location.
Manikya’s post has garnered a lot of attention on social media, with many users expressing their support and urging the police to take swift action against the individual in question. Spreading false information and malicious propaganda is a serious offense, and individuals found guilty of such actions can face severe consequences.
This is not the first time that Manikya has spoken out against individuals spreading false information and malicious propaganda. He has been an active voice on social media, calling out those who spread misinformation and working to promote a culture of truth and transparency.
The incident highlights the importance of responsible social media use and the need for individuals to be held accountable for their actions online. The Tripura police have yet to release a statement on the matter, but it is expected that they will investigate the individual in question and take appropriate action if necessary.