For online postings against NCP president Pawar, a TV actor and a Maha student have been detained.

Thane police arrest tele-serial star Ketaki Chitale for posting sexist tweet about Sharad Pawar . NCP chief Sharad Pawar said he did not know Chitale and had no clue about the story .

THANENASHIK (THANE): The Thane police arrested Marathi tele-serial star Ketaki Chitale on Saturday for reportedly posting a sexist tweet about NCP chief Sharad Pawar on her social media account.The article was apparently written by someone else and shared on her Facebook wall.In a third incident, Nashik rural police arrested a 22-year-old health science student Nikhil Bhamre for a tweet alluding to Pawar without naming him.In both cases, NCP functionaries detected offences.

Pawars' appearance was mocked by the website and he was convicted of Brahminism, among other things.Chitale was first arrested at Kalamboli at about 5 p.m. by Navi Mumbai police, and was arrested at the Thane crime branch at 6 p.m., according to police.NCP demonstrators attempted to spray ink on the comedian at the Kalamboli police station.Chitale was arrested by Kalwa police station under IPC Sections 500 (defamation), 501 (printing or engraving information considered defamatory), 505 (2) (producing, publishing, or distributing any letter, rumor, or report promoting enmity, hatred, or ill will between classes), and 153 A (spreading disobedience).

On the threat of an NCP member, the offence was reported to Naupada police.According to the complaint, the time has come for Baramatis Gandhi, the time to prepare Nathuram Godse of Baramati, according to a Bhamres blog.He was charged under Section 153 (willing to cause a riot), 504 (intentional insult with intention), and Section 506 (criminal assault) of the IPC.Members of the political spectrum chastised the article.

I condemn this categorically, says Pawar.She needs counseling for a mental illness.According to Awhad, Pawar sahebs a disease and his appearance does not appeal to a woman.If these issues are ignored, they continue to increase.

On social media, BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis says, very low-level words are being used.When speaking with senior politicians, some discretion should be exercised.On this occasion, the law will take its own course.MNS chief Raj Thackeray said, A person named Ketaki Chitale went to a very low level and posted a post on Facebook with something like a verse in dirty terms.

According to him, this kind of writing has no place in Maharashtra's culture.