After the registration of FIR against journalist Aman Chopra in Bundi and Dungarpur districts of Rajasthan, now the Rajasthan Police is looking for him in Delhi-Noida.
According to media reports, while searching for Aman Chopra, a team of Rajasthan Police also went to his Noida office on May 1, but he was not found.
An FIR has been registered against Chopra under serious sections of sedition besides inciting communal disharmony, conspiracy and inciting riots. Two FIRs have been registered against him.
A case has been registered at Sadar Bundi police station in the Bundi district. There IPC sections 153A, 295, 295A and 120B have been imposed.
On the other hand, a second FIR has been registered at Bichhiwada police station in Dungarpur district, where a case has been registered under sections 153A, 295A, 124A and 67.
According to the News Laundry report, Dileep Dan, station house officer of Dungarpur Kotwali in Rajasthan said that he was part of a team of five or six people going to Chopra’s office.
“We reached Chopra’s office in Noida to arrest him but we didn’t find him there,” said Dan. “We left a notice at his office under section 91 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and he has been asked to respond by May 5.”
Dan further added, “We have asked for some documents for investigation under the notice of 91. The copy of that episode, who wrote the script, who is the producer of the program, along with their names, and addresses have also been sought.
An FIR was lodged against News18 anchor Aman Chopra for his false coverage of the demolition of temples in Alwar.
During the show on the demolition of temples in Alwar, Aman Chopra said that the anti-encroachment drive in Jahangirpuri and wondered whether the action in Alwar was retaliation for the campaign in Jahangirpuri. After the show, a coordinated hashtag ran across social media urging officials to arrest Chopra for trying to link the two drives, prompting the authorities to register cases against him.