On March 22, the Delhi Police made six arrests for putting offensive posters against Prime Minister Narendra Modi up throughout the city. In addition, a case has been filed in this matter against more than 100 people. The Aam Aadmi Party, on the other side, has assailed the Modi government and accused it of dictatorship after realising that it was engulfed in this situation.
The posters did not include information on the printing press, according to information provided to news agency ANI by Special CP Dipendra Pathak. Under the Printing Press Act and the Misappropriation of Property Act, a FIR has been filed in this case. A van leaving the Aam Amadi Party (AAP) office was also halted in this instance. As a result, some posters were seized and people were arrested.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has expressed its viewpoint on the police action. You stated: "The Modi administration's tyranny is at its worst right now! What about this poster is so offensive that Modiji filed a FIR against 100 persons who posted it? You probably aren't aware, Prime Minister Modi, but India is a democratic nation. From a poster Such fear! Why?"