In a shocking incident at Bengaluru, Congress supporters attacked the techies present at the Manyata Tech Park after they chanted Pro-Modi slogans when Congress President Rahul Gandhi arrived at the spot. Shockingly, the Karnataka Police aided Congress workers by lathi-charging the techies for chanting pro-Modi slogans.
According to the reports, Congress President Rahul Gandhi had visited Manyata Tech Park, Bengaluru to interact with young entrepreneurs. However, many techies and the entrepreneurs present at the spot began to chant ‘Modi-Modi’, which led to huge embarrassment to Congress President Gandhi and his party workers.
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They also chanted ‘Pappu go back’ slogans.
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As pro-Modi chants began to increase, the agitated Congress workers began to attack the people present at the event. The police officers who were supposed to act to save the techies from being attacked by the Congress ‘goons’ not only remained silent but also unleashed its force against them for chanting pro-Modi slogans.
Bengaluru Police arrested Techies for shouting Modi-Modi in front of Rahul Gandhi.
So Bengaluru police will arrest anyone for chanting modi modi
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Earlier, Rahul Gandhi had addressed a rally in Kalaburagi in Karnataka, wherein he continued his attack on PM Narendra Modi and the BJP-led NDA government. In the event, B Narayan Rao, an MLA from Basavakalyan in Bidar district, referred to PM Modi as ‘namard (impotent)’ in the presence of his party chief and many senior leaders.
Karnataka has 28 Lok Sabha seats. The state will vote for the Lok Sabha elections in two phases. Polling for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections will be held in the state on April 18 and April 23.
The Congress-JDS coalition in Karnataka has finally agreed to a seat-sharing plan for the 28 Lok Sabha constituencies of the state ahead of the 2019 general elections. On Wednesday, the coalition announced a seat-sharing agreement. The JDS is set to contest in eight of the 8 Lok Sabha seats while Congress will field candidates in 20 seats.