Tamil Nadu Congress Chief Questions Arrests Over Ink On PM Pics On Chess Event Billboards

Tamil Nadu Congress Chief Questions Arrests Over Ink On PM Pics On Chess Event Billboards

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BJP employees had forcibly pasted the pictures of the PM, stated Tamil Nadu Congress chief.

Chennai (Tamil Nadu):

Tamil Nadu Congress President KS Alagiri on Thursday questioned the state police over the arrest of three individuals who allegedly sprayed ink on a billboard which was glued with photos of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

He additional questioned why police didn’t arrest the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) cadres who intentionally pasted Modi’s photos on the state authorities’s publicity billboards for the forty fourth Chess Olympiad.

“Few BJP cadres pasted Prime Minister Modi photos on Chess Olympiad Publicity materials. That shocked everybody. Later due to that few acquired indignant and particular organizations sprayed ink on PM Modi’s image. Associated to this police have arrested three individuals,” Alagiri stated in a press release.

“Are the TN police afraid of arresting the BJP functionaries?” Alagiri requested.

“The police division ought to abandon such a biased strategy,” he demanded.

The publicity billboards for the worldwide Chess occasion had been put up earlier than the affirmation of the PM’s participation. Therefore, these billboards and publicity supplies have been launched with solely the picture of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Okay Stalin. In such publicity supplies in Chennai, BJP employees had forcibly pasted the pictures of the PM, he alleged.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)

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