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    Delhi Police apprehend 7 Congress Social Media Activists in Hyderabad

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    The Delhi police are investigating a ‘deepfake’ video involving Amit Shah and have taken seven people into custody. Two of the accused are women who are part of the Congress social media team. The police are trying to determine their roles in creating and spreading the video.

    The accused, including Congress social media in-charge Manne Satish Naveen, Vishnu, Vamsi, Siva, Geetha, and Taslima, were detained by the Gachibowli police. They are being called ‘social media warriors’ and are suspected of being involved in the morphing of the video clip of Amit Shah. The investigation began after a complaint was filed by BJP leader G Premender Reddy and the case was registered by Hyderabad Cyber Crime police. The Delhi police have also sent notices to State Congress leadership.

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    In a separate incident, Delhi police visited Gandhi Bhavan to issue notices to Congress social media in-charge Manne Satish under 91 CrPC. Notices were also issued to Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy and four others. Telangana police have booked them under various sections of the IPC, while Delhi police have booked them under different sections. The accused are currently at the CCS office.

    A public interest litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Delhi High Court to request the Election Commission to limit the spread and broadcasting of deepfake videos.

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