Complain filed on actor Ranveer Singh in Muzaffarpur: Case of taking obscene photographs, civil court kept next hearing date on August 5

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Complain filed on actor Ranveer Singh in Muzaffarpur: Case of taking obscene photographs, civil court kept next hearing date on August 5
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In the country, the controversy over Ranveer Singh's shirtless photo is not taking the name of stopping. Now a Complete has been filed against him in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Eastern CJM in Muzaffarpur Civil Court of Bihar. It has been filed by Dr. M. Raju Nayar, National President of the Human Rights Security Council of India. The court has given a date on August 5 to hear the case. Actor Ranveer has been accused that it was seen through news on various TV channels and heard that Ranveer Singh posted his shirtless pictures on one of his Instagram accounts. He was shot with the intention of earning a huge amount for a magazine and trying to mislead and corrupt the youth of the society and to spoil the society. Also, it has made shame in women. His feelings have been hurt by the pictures. Nun-Bellable Sections Advocate Manoj Singh said that in this complaint, sections 292, 293, 509 of the IPC have been done under the IT Act 67A. The court has accepted it. The date of its next hearing has been kept on 5 August. He said that these are nuns. It has a sentence of up to 10 years. Told the culture and civilization of the country, the dangers said that this act of the actor has worked to threaten the culture and civilization of the country. People learn from them by looking at today's young actors. They consider them their ideal. If they do this kind of act then the younger generation will be ruined. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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