Anti-Modi posters: 100 FIRs registered in Delhi; what AAP says

Posters containing the phrase "Modi hatao, desh bachao" (remove Modi, save nation) were found affixed to walls and poles.

100 FIRs against AAP
About a hundred FIRs have been filed against AAP for the above poster I Pic: AAP/Twitter

Officials announced on Wednesday (March 22) that the Delhi Police has filed a minimum of 100 FIRs related to the posting of posters opposing Prime Minister Narendra Modi in various parts of the national capital.

The posters, which featured the slogan “Modi hatao, desh bachao” (remove Modi, save nation), were discovered affixed to walls and poles.

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Law enforcement officials revealed that approximately 2,000 posters had been removed, and a comparable number had been confiscated from a van leaving the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) headquarters on DDU Marg at IP Estate.

The vehicle was impounded as a result. Police officials stated that six individuals, including the owners of two printing presses, had been detained in connection with the occurrence.

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According to officials, Special Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) Dependra Pathak confirmed that 100 FIRs had been filed by the police in relation to the posting of anti-Modi posters.

In a tweet, the Aam Aadmi Party raised questions about the FIRs and inquired as to what was problematic about the posters.