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Arrest Me Too, Rahul Gandhi Tweets A Poster Criticizing Prime Minister Modi | India News

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NEW DELHI: Amid reports of people being detained for putting up posters against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital, Congress Leader Rahul gandhi he has challenged the government to arrest him.
Tweeting the poster on Sunday, Rahul Gandhi said: “Arrest me too.” Meanwhile, congressional leaders, targeting the government, are organizing a campaign on social media.
Congressional leader Pawan Khera said: “People have expectations of the government that has been broken … so who will people question when they want all the credit.”
“Why shouldn’t people ask why their vaccines have been exported?” He asked.
The Delhi Police it has detained more than a dozen people in connection with the cases it recorded, sources said Saturday.

The matter relates to the posting of black posters criticizing the Prime Minister for exporting Covid-19 vaccines to other countries instead of meeting the requirements of the people of the country.
The posters were found in various areas of Delhi such as Shahdara, Rohini, Rithala, Dwarka and other places.
Budh Vihar Ward Councilor Gayatri Garg said IANS: “On May 12, we received the information that several posters had been posted in areas of Budh Vihar, Vijay Vihar and others. After the information, I, together with my husband and several other members, removed them on May 13 “.
A Delhi police source said that the police have registered more than 17 FIRs in connection with the posters against the prime minister.
The source said that the police searched two FIRs in central Delhi and arrested four people, two FIRS were searched in Rohini and two people arrested, one FIR TREE in East Delhi and four people have been arrested, one FIR in Dwarka and two people have been arrested, one FIR in North East Delhi and three people have been arrested and on the basis of one FIR in Shahdara one person has been arrested .
The source said police also obtained CCTV footage from the Shahdara area, where people were seen putting up the posters.
The source also said that the police are questioning the person to identify other people.
In addition, he said that he has also realized that for posting three posters, people were paid 500 rupees in the Shahdara area.



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