New Delhi: Divya Spandan’s woes seem far from over. Already facing charges of saving the skin of ‘molesters’ in her Congress’ social media team and an FIR in Lucknow over charges of sedition, Spandana on Wednesday was staring at a criminal complaint lodged with the Delhi police on Wednesday.

Delhi-based advocate and founder of India Against Biased Media (IABM) Vibhor Anand sent his complaint straight to Delhi police commissioner Amulya Patnaik against Spandana’s derogatory tweet against PM Narendra Modi on Monday when she targeted him on the Rafale jet controversy.

MyNation had earlier reported Anand's threat to Spandana of filing a defamation suit against her for the tweet.

In Lucknow, where another lawyer slapped an FIR against Divya for the same tweet, Anand has also asked that the Congress social media chief be charged with sedition and booked under the IT Act (under Section 124A/153A/505 IPC and Section 67 IT Act).

Further, “It is very pertinent to mention here that Prime Minister of our country represent the 130 crores citizens of the nation and portraying him as a thief by using morphed picture is wholly illegal and amounts to promoting hatred amount the citizens of the country,” Vibhor’s complaint said.

Meanwhile, an FIR was earlier lodged by advocate Syed Rizwan Ahmad at the Gomtinagar police station in Lucknow under Information Technology (Amendment) Act-2008 and Sections of IPC pertaining to sedition.

Speaking to MyNation, Ahmad said, “Twitter is not a political rally that people are going to forget it the next day. Twitter is an international platform and writing such things against the prime minister is tantamount to subversion of Indian State and government as such and therefore warrants punitive action under sedition.”

“I also mailed Divya and asked her to remove the tweet by noon on Tuesday, which she did not do. I urged her that, since I am not affiliated either to the BJP or the Congress, I was doing so only in the interest of my nation and its dignity globally,” Ahmad added.