‘Scan to see scam:’ Posters appear in Tamil Nadu to counter PM Modi’s corruption offensive against DMK | India News – Times of India

 'Scan to see scam:' Posters appear in Tamil Nadu to counter PM Modi's corruption offensive against DMK | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: The Prime Minister Modi’s unrelenting attack on the DMK government over allegations of alleged corruption has struck a chord. Poster campaign In Tamil Nadu, several districts of the state have displayed posters with the Prime Minister’s face titled ‘GP’.
One of the posters. Barcode which encouraged people to ‘scan the code and spot the scams.’ Once scanned, the QR code will provide details of the alleged electoral bond scam, which the ruling DMK has used as a card to attack the Prime Minister and the BJP.

However, who are behind the poster campaign is still unknown.
The poster campaign comes a day after the Prime Minister held road shows and public rallies for NDA candidates in Tamil Nadu. During a public rally in Vellore, the Prime Minister slammed the DMK for alleged corruption, saying that the DMK has the ‘first copyright’ and added that the ‘family’ intends to loot the state. , by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, referring to the veiled leadership of the party’s first family.
“Today, the country is setting a world record in 5G communication, but DMK is infamous for the 2G scam. Congress and DMK are at the forefront of protecting the corrupt. While I say remove corruption, he says. to protect the corrupt”. said.
DMK leaders like A. Raja and Kanimozhi were embroiled in the 2G spectrum allotment case but were later acquitted by a special court.
Meanwhile, the DMK has also likened the Prime Minister’s frequent visits to migratory birds. Taking strong exception to PM Modi’s campaign in the state, CM Stalin wrote on X, “PM Modi himself roams Tamil Nadu during the polling season like migratory birds flock to a sanctuary during the season.”
The state will see elections to all its 39 seats in a single phase on April 19.

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