Amit Shah attacks Rahul for 'arrest' of techies for raising pro-Modi slogans

New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah Tuesday targeted Congress chief Rahul Gandhi over the alleged arrest of some techies in Bengaluru for raising pro-Modi slogans, saying youngsters give direction to the future and he should "stop intimidating youth of India, which has rejected your brand of politics".

"Hugs for 'Tukde Tukde' gang and arrest of peaceful youth raising pro-Modi slogans? Where are the champions of 'Free Speech'? Yuvraj (prince) of CONgress must know that time follows the course taken by youngsters. Stop intimidating youth of India, which has rejected your brand of politics," Shah tweeted.

Hugs for ‘Tukde Tukde’ gang and arrest of peaceful youth raising pro-Modi slogans?Where are the champions of ‘Free Speech’?Yuvraj of CONgress must know ‘??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ?? ?? ??? ???? ??'?Stop intimidating youth of India, which has rejected your brand of politics. https://t.co/AXqeyihKJy

— Chowkidar Amit Shah (@AmitShah) March 19, 2019

The BJP chief in his tweet tagged a post by his party's Karnataka unit which said the state police had arrested some techies for raising pro-Modi slogans at Manyata Tech Park in Bengaluru. Gandhi was to address a meeting at the venue.

Democracy in DangerPolice arrests few techies for raising pro Modi slogans at Manyata tech park in Bengaluru.This is the real face of democracy in a Cong JDS ruled state. It’s total dictatorship where freedom of choice & expression of citizens is suppressed. pic.twitter.com/5GoQJO2OqI

— BJP Karnataka (@BJP4Karnataka) March 18, 2019

"This is the real face of democracy in a Cong-JD(S) ruled state. It's total dictatorship where freedom of choice & expression of citizens is suppressed," it had said, posting a purported video of some people being taken away by cops.

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