PM Modi’s rally in KanpurAn FIR has been registered against Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally in Kanpur. Police have arrested a Samajwadi Party official on the basis of CCTV and video footage. A car was also recovered. Just before the PM’s rally, an Alto car was vandalized and a puppet was set on fire in Naobasta, Kanpur. The video of the vandalism and arson went viral just before the rally.
Police have arrested four people on charges of conspiracy to cause a commotion at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s function. Their names are- 1- Sukant Sharma (District Spokesperson of Mulayam Singh Youth Brigade), 2- Sachin Kesharwani (National Secretary of SP Student Council), 3- Abhishek Rawat (Municipal Secretary of Youth Brigade) and 4- Nikesh Kumar (Others). ABP News has a copy of the FIR. The accused have been charged under Sections 147, 148, 153-A, 336, 427, 435, 341, 34, 500 505 (2).
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The FIR states that the video went viral on social media. So that it can be seen that 8 to 10 workers of Samajwadi Party threw stones at the white car of BJP workers. The effigy of the Prime Minister was burnt and set on fire. Station in-charge reached the spot after watching the viral video. During the interrogation, 8 to 10 boys (who were wearing red hats) were seen burning Modiji’s effigy and throwing stones at a white Alto car. Blocking the main road and chanting slogans more than once caused disaster to the lives of the common people.
We tell you, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Kanpur on Tuesday to attend the 54th convocation of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur and to launch the Kanpur Metro Rail project. The Prime Minister inaugurated the first phase of the Rs 11,000 crore Kanpur Metro Rail Project at a function held at Railway Ground in Nirala Nagar, Kanpur.
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