Opposition Meeting In Bangalore Three Arrested For Putting Posters Against JDU Leader Nitish Kumar

By Neha Bhardwaj July 22, 2023 5:42 PM IST

Posters Against Nitish Kumar: The Karnataka Police arrested three people on Saturday (July 22) for putting up posters against Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Posters were put up against Nitish Kumar when he attended the recent meeting of opposition parties in Bengaluru.

According to news agency PTI, those arrested have been identified as Sriram, Nandkumar and Mohan. The accused are residents of Seshadripuram in Bangalore. According to the police, Shriram had sponsored the posting of the poster.

The posters were printed in the printing press of accused Nandkumar. After this they were taken in Mohan’s auto. Police have told that the accused had put up posters against Bihar CM Nitish Kumar at 20 places in the city.

Interrogation of the accused continues

The posters were also displayed prominently on the Bangalore Airport Road. Police is interrogating the accused to ascertain the involvement of political leaders. Soon the matter will be revealed.

What was in the posters?

Describing CM Nitish Kumar as an unstable prime ministerial candidate, posters were put up at Chalukya Circle and Airport Road near Windsor Manor Bridge and Hebbal area. He was criticized even after being invited to this program.

The incidents of bridge collapse in Bihar were also mentioned in the poster during his reign. In another poster, making fun of him, it was said that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is a person who builds bridges under water.

DK Shivakumar’s allegation on BJP

Regarding this, Deputy CM DK Shivkumar said, “This is all BJP’s work. Nitish Kumar is a big threat to BJP and they are promoting him by putting up posters against him. The Congress party is ready to fight all these forces. They are doing this like cowards. Nitish Kumar also knows the politics of Karnataka very well.”

read this also: INS Kirpan: India will surround China in its own house! Indian Navy Chief will gift INS Kirpan to Vietnamese Navy today