BJP president Amit Shah has launched an all-out attack at the Congress after the party's government in Karnataka took action against PM Narendra Modi's supporters who sloganeered at Rahul Gandhi's event in Bengaluru in Karnataka.
In what appears to be an attack on freedom of political expression, two youths who chanted pro-Modi slogans at Congress President Rahul Gandhi's event in Bengaluru's Manyata Park were arrested.
Following this, BJP chief Amit Shah hit-out at the party questioning its so-called "pro-freedon of expression" stand.
Rahul Gandhi had earlier expressed his support to those who were alleged to have held anti-India sentiments and were named in the chargesheet pertaining to the 2016 JNU sedition case.
He also lambasted the Congress government in Karnataka saying it should stop attacking the Indian youth who have rejected their "brand of politics".
BJP president on Tuesday quote tweeted the video by the BJP Karnataka's account.
Here is the video tweeted by the BJP Karnataka account.
As seen in the video, the two youth are hauled up by the Karnataka police and taken to the station.
The Karnataka state police has booked a case against the youth who had chanted slogans supporting PM Modi.
Amit Shah commented on the video flaying the Congress and its duplicity on political freedom.