PATNA: Yesterday, news broke that Bihar-based YouTuber Manish Kashyap has been hit with the National Security Act (NSA) and sentenced to 11 months in prison. Raj Bhawan of Tamil Nadu issued a statement in this regard.
In a recent statement, Tamil Nadu’s Raj Bhawan clarified that the governor did not personally approve the National Security Act (NSA) against individuals. Raj Bhawan called on the public to refrain from sharing or promoting unconfirmed reports or content related to the issue. The dissemination of false or misleading information can have serious consequences and appropriate legal action will be taken against those who disseminate such information. The clarification comes amid widespread rumors and misinformation about the NSA’s use of certain individuals in Tamil Nadu. Raj Bhawan stressed the importance of relying on verified official sources for accurate information and cautioned against spreading unverified information through social media and other platforms.
The Governor’s Office reiterated its determination to abide by the law and ensure the safety of Tamil Nadu citizens. All decisions regarding NSA enforcement or other legal action will be based on established protocols and procedures, with due consideration of the law and individual rights.
The statement aims to remind the public to exercise caution and responsibility when sharing information, especially on sensitive issues such as national security. This highlights the importance of verifying information before sharing it and highlights the potential legal repercussions of disseminating false or misleading content.
As governments and authorities continue to fight misinformation and false narratives, maintaining an informed and responsible society requires individuals to trust official sources and be careful when sharing information. It is important to act.