Hyderabad: After being called a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist on the Facebook webpage, Pradeep Manukonda has filed a complaint against social networking site Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for defaming his image. The hearing of case is due next week.

Hurling allegations against the Facebook, Manukonda said that the social networking site has created a fake profile and called him as second commander of Jaish-e-Mohammed. Zuckerberg has tried to tarnish my image added Manukonda.

However, Manukonda has also been blamed for pestering Zuckerberg by sending undesired messages and gifts to him in the past. It is being said that Zuckerberg was so frustrated that he had to file a complaint against Manukonda in a court.

In the complaint, Zuckerberg had mentioned that he was afraid of Manukonda who continued to send messages to him. On January 28, Manukonda had written a letter to me added Zuckerberg. The Facebook founder said that his security was under threat.

After hearing of the allegations, the court issued restraining order to Zuckerberg. Following which Manukonda had to return to India where he knocked the doors of court.

In his petition, Manukonda said that Zuckerberg has left no stone unturned to defame him. Even, he deliberately created a fake page on the social networking site to mention him as an active member of al-Qaeda. Manukonda has requested the court to restrict Zuckerberg from defaming him. Court has fixed the hearing in next week.

(JPN/Bureau)

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