Hindustani Bhau acquitted by court over students’ protest against online exams

FIR against Hindustani Bhau for inciting 10th and 12th students in Mumbai
Hindustani Bhau, aka Vikas Fhatak, detained for inciting public administration students protest in Mumbai (Photo: Indian Express Limited)

Vikas Fhatak, popularly known as ‘Hindustani Bhau’, was released on bail by the trial court on Thursday. The Bigg Boss fame was arrested by the Mumbai Police in connection with students’ protest against online exams. Vikas was arrested in the first week of February, scroll below to read more details about the story.

Bhau is said to have ‘incited students to protest against offline exams’. Students in Nagpur and Mumbai gathered to protest against the government demanding them to cancel offline exams for class 10th and 12th.

ANI tweeted an update on the bail of Vikas Fhatak alias Hindustani Bhau, which read: “Mumbai court grants bail to Vikas Fhatak alias Hindustani Bhau in the case of Dharavi Students Protest over online exams. He was arrested on February 1 by Dharavi Police Station: lawyer Aniket Nikam, representative of Hindustani Bhau”

Meanwhile, Vikas Fhatak alias Hindustani Bhau was arrested on Feb 1, 2022 and on the same tweeting, ANI wrote: “Mumbai: Social media influencer Vikas Fhatak, aka ‘Hindustani Bhau’, arrested by Dharavi police in connection with student protest in Dharavi y’day because of their demand for online exams for 10th and 12th grade, in view of #COVID19. FIR registered against Fhatak & others,” tweeted ANI. The other Tweet read: “‘Hindustani Bhau’, had a video of him on Instagram allegedly inciting students. FIR registered under multiple sections of IPC (including those for rioting), Maharashtra Police Act, Disaster Management Act and Maharashtra Prevention of Defacement of Property Act.”

ANI provided further update on Hindustani Bhau’s arrest, tweeting: “UPDATE | Dharavi police arrest another suspect, Iqrar Khan Vakhar Khan. FIR under IPC Sec 353, 332 (Voluntarily causing injury to deter an officer from duty), 427, 109, 114 (Abettor present when violation committed), 143 (Illegal meeting), 145, 146 (riot), 149, 188 , 269, 270.”

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