Shiv Sena targets cyber cafe to protest Orkut

Mumbai: Shiv Sainiks on Sunday vandalised a cyber-cafe in Kalyan, protesting against certain hate-communities on the website which allegedly contained derogatory material about Shivaji Maharaj and the Thackeray family.

No arrests have been made so far, police sources said, though a complaint of rioting and unlawful assembly has been lodged against some forty Shiv Sena workers.

Orkut, the web networking site which allows members to form online communities, had earlier also run into trouble over a hate-community on Shivaji Maharaj.

Police said only a glass-door of the cyber cafe was broken by the Sena workers, however TV visuals showed the Sainiks beating up those who were inside the cafe.

Source:  Times of India

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