‘Van with anti-Modi posters was coming from AAP workplace’: Delhi Police arrest 6, file 100 FIRs2 min read
After a number of posters in opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi positioned on partitions and poles in numerous components of the capital have been discovered, the Delhi Police filed 100 FIRs and arrested six individuals.
One of the posters that learn ‘Modi hatao, desh bachao’ referred to as for the overthrow of the PM Modi-led authorities on the Center.
Speaking to ANI, Special CP Deependra Pathak stated “Delhi Police registered 100 FIRs while 6 people were arrested for objectionable posters including some against PM Narendra Modi across the city. Posters didn’t have details of the printing press. FIR has been filed under sections of the Printing Press Act and Defacement of Property Act.”
Special CP Pathak additionally added that the police had intercepted a van as quickly because it left the Aam Aadmi Party workplace. A couple of posters have been seized and a few individuals have been additionally arrested.
Delhi | A van was additionally intercepted as quickly because it left the AAP workplace. Few posters have been seized & arrests have been made: Special CP Deependra Pathak to ANI
— ANI (@ANI) March 22, 2023
Some media experiences state that the police took down over 2,000 “anti-Modi” posters from numerous areas throughout town.
According to a TV9 Bharatvarsh report, Over 50,000 of those posters have been meant to be put up throughout Delhi, in accordance with police officers investigating the case. Two printing presses have been ordered for this goal. Also, a number of employees have been employed on the identical time to place up these posters throughout town from Sunday evening to Monday morning.
Anti-Modi posters (Image through ETV Bharat)
This comes after posters attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi have been put up in a number of areas all through West Delhi. The poster said that Modi should be ousted to avoid wasting the nation (Modi hatao Desh bachao). However, neither a logo nor the identify of any celebration or group was talked about on the posters. Such anti-Modi posters have been seen throughout Metro pillars in Janakpuri, Tilak Nagar, Uttam Nagar, Vikaspuri, and Subhash Nagar.