Singing of communal slogans in Jantar Mantar; Five people, including a former BJP spokesperson, are in detention

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  • They were interrogated for raising anti-Muslim slogans during the protest.
  • The video, which raised slogans, had a wide circulation on social networks.
  • The protest was organized by the Bharat Jodo movement.

New Delhi: Five people, including former BJP spokesperson and Supreme Court attorney Ashwini Upadhyay, have been taken into custody for chanting communal slogans near Jantar Mantar on Sunday. According to Delhi Police sources, they were interrogated for raising anti-Muslim slogans during the protest.

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During the protest at Jantar Mantar in Delhi, a video with community slogans was widely circulated on social media. Following this, the Delhi Police registered a case on Monday. The protest was organized by the Bharat Jodo movement.

According to national media reports, Ashwini Upadhyay was summoned for questioning by a person identified in the incident. Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana is known to have ordered officials to crack down on those responsible for the case.

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Shipra Srivastava, media in charge of Bharat Jodo Andolan, said the protest was led by lawyer and former BJP spokesperson Ashwini Upadhyay. At the same time, he denied any contact with those who raised community slogans.

BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay presented a letter to the Delhi Police Commissioner on Monday regarding the case. In his letter, Ashwani Upadhyay said that the Save India Foundation had organized an event near Jantar Mantar on Monday.

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“Now a video is going viral on social media, one of which is making hate speech and some people are slandering me on Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp.

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