Poster war has now started in Delhi. In many areas of the capital, objectionable posters were put up against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Delhi Police has taken major action in this matter. In the objectionable case, the police have so far registered a total of 100 FIRs and arrested four accused. Out of the total FIRs registered, 44 are for putting up anti-Modi posters. According to the police, the name of the printing press was not written in the posters, so the action is being taken on a large scale. 2000 thousand posters were removed from the walls, while 2000 thousand were seized. So far 4 accused have been arrested, out of which 2 are the owners of the printing press. It was written on these posters – “Modi Hatao Save the Country”.
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These objectionable posters against PM Modi were found pasted on walls and pillars in different areas of Delhi. Delhi Police caught a van from IP State area, whose driver told that its owner had said that you have to deliver the poster to the headquarters. He had taken the poster to AAP headquarters a day earlier also. Delhi Police also arrested the owner of 2 printing presses, both of them did not write the name of their printing press on the posters.
According to the police, they had received an order to print 50,000 such posters. They used to paste posters late on Saturday night and early morning on Monday. In this case, 2 FIRs have been registered in the Central District and three arrests have been made. In this, Pappu, the driver of the vehicle, in which the posters were, was arrested. The owner of the vehicle Vishnu Sharma was arrested. Along with this, the owner of the printing press from Narayana was also arrested.
Where are the number of FIRs in Delhi?
– 2 FIRs in North East District
6 FIRs in North District
-9 FIRs in Shahdara district
12 FIRs have been registered in North West district.
– No FIR was registered in areas like New Delhi, South West, Rohini, Outer District.
Let us tell you that Delhi Police took action in this case under bailable sections, so all the arrested people have got bail.