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Ritesh Warke On Friday, August 26, 2011
Singh wants to ban Facebook in India!
The ongoing movement for the Lokpal Bill, also termed as the second freedom struggle, has evoked patriotism for many in the country.

But Ranjeet Singh (36), a residentof Bhandup, who was looking up Anna Hazare, came across a Facebook community defiling the country.
Singh, who has been using Facebook for over a year, on Wednesday came across a community, 'Two words are enough; F*** India'. This hurt his patriotic sentiments, he claimed.
Singh went to the Bhandup policestation to register a complaint against the community.
"I was searching for opinions on Anna Hazare and his fast when I stumbled upon this community onFacebook. It was really derogatory to see the page hurled with abuses.
It had a picture of a dog crapping on the flag and other such desecrations to the Tricolour," Singh said.
Ironically, there is a community on Facebook called 'Petition for Facebook to delete F*** India group', which has 2,202 membersin comparison to the 4,725 members the hate community has garnered.
Singh wanted to file an FIR but the police asked him to write a complaint that they could forward to the Mumbai police cyber crime department.
Singh said, "Today, social networking websites boast of great powers but a community like this has hurt my sentiments as a citizen of India. I hope that the community is deleted, or at least banned, in the country."
'Will take action'
Singh added, "If, by Monday, no action is taken against the community, I will go to the police commissioner. No one can get away with insulting the country.
As a citizen, I am doing my duty and hope to get support from thelaw and other bodies in the country."
Cyber crime department's Senior Inspector More said that the matter is being looked into and action will be taken soon..

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