Police complaint filed against Rahul Gandhi over his tweet on dogs performing yoga

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A police complaint was filed against Congress President Rahul Gandhi  for “disrespecting the Indian Army” over his tweet on International Yoga Day, where he posted pictures of Indian Army men practising yoga with dogs and described it as the “New India”

According to report the complaint was lodged by lawyer Atal Bihari Dubey in Mumbai under Sections 124 A and 505 (2) of the Indian Penal Code for public mischief with an intention to disrespect the Army and the International Yoga Day.

“I say that Shri Gandhi posted a mischievous post intended to upset the public tranquillity. I say that, by putting such type of circulation with an intention to disrespect our Army is a clear-cut offence and Shri Rahul Gandhi needs to be prosecuted as per law,” Dubey mentioned in his complaint filed on Sunday.

Despite reactions from the country’s top leaders and netizens, Gandhi has yet to react regarding his strange tweets.

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