Akhilesh Yadav arrived at police headquarters in Lucknow to protest the arrest of workers and Manish Jagan Agarwal, the operator of the Samajwadi party’s Twitter handle.
Lucknow: On January 8, Samajwadi leader Akhilesh Yadav arrived at the Uttar Pradesh police headquarters in Lucknow and refused to drink the tea offered by police officers. What did he claim to do if the tea was poisoned?
He arrived at police headquarters in Lucknow to protest against the arrest of Manish Jagan Agarwal, the operator of the Twitter handle for the Workers and Samajaddi Party.
In the video, we see Akhilesh Yadav saying that he does not drink the tea provided at the headquarters. In addition, he asked one of his party employees to bring tea from outside the establishment. “We don’t drink tea here. We’ll bring ours (tea) and take your cup. What if you poison it? I don’t trust you. I’ll bring it from outside.” ”
Akhilesh Yadav, along with his party members, arrived unannounced at DGP headquarters to protest the arrest. Samajwadi party workers had to face the police as they protested outside Lucknow’s police headquarters. They were protesting the arrest of SP Media Cell leader Manish Jagan his Agarwal and other party members.
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On January 8, Hazratganj police arrested Manish Jagan Agarwal, the operator of the Samajwadi Party media cell Twitter. He was arrested for making obscene comments on social media targeted at various figures in politics for quite some time.
The Twitter war between the BJP and the Samajyadi Party has been going on for some time. Hazratganj Police Station has registered his three cases against Manish Jagan Agarwal.
BJP Yuva Morcha’s social media officer, Richa Rajput, also filed a lawsuit against the Samajwadi party’s Twitter handle on January 4.
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