The matter relates to black colour posters criticising the Prime Minister for exporting the Covid-19 vaccines to other countries instead of fulfilling the requirements of the people of the country.
The posters were found in several areas of Delhi like Shahdara, Rohini, Rithala, Dwarka and several others.
Budh Vihar ward councillor Gayatri Garg told reporters, “On May 12, we got the information that several posters have been stuck in areas of Budh Vihar, Vijay Vihar and others. Following the information, I along with my husband and several other members got those removed on May 13.”
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