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General Elections 2019: Angered by Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Chokidar Chor Hai’, Guard Association demands to file a case

In order to target Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi is often using the ‘watchman’s thief’ sigh, but his tactics have gone unnoticed by the security guards and he has asked the Mumbai Police to file a case against the Congress president. police gave this information.
An official of the police said on Tuesday that the Maharashtra State Security Guard Union had complained to the Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) police station on Monday and claimed that this remark of Rahul Gandhi has insulted security guards.

The police said that the Sangh claimed that during the rally organized at MMRDA ground this month, Rahul Gandhi used ‘Chautididera Chor Hai’ in his speech while taking a dig at the Prime Minister.

Union president Sandeep Ghuge said that the police should file a criminal complaint against Rahul because such slogans who humiliate the security guards are prohibited.

Rahul Gandhi repeatedly denounces rhetoric in the fighter plane deal, while making a target of Modi, ‘Jawinder Chor Hai’ is repeated. However, the BJP-led government has dismissed this allegation.

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