Delhi Police issues notice against two Congress leaders on 'toolkit case'

New Delhi: The toolkit case is not going to stop. BJP and Congress are levelling allegations against each other over the issue. Meanwhile, the Special Cell of Delhi Police has come into action. A Delhi Police team reached twitter's offices at Gurugram and Lado Sarai to probe the 'Toolkit Manipulation Media' case. It is now reported that Delhi police has issued notices to two Congress party leaders in the Congress toolkit case.

According to Delhi police sources, the officials have issued notices to Congress leaders Rajiv Gowda and Rohan Gupta. Police have issued a notice to them to join the investigation. The two leaders are said to be the ones who lodged a FIR against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president JP Nadda and party leader Sambit Patra in Chhattisgarh for spreading confusion through toolkits.

The Special Cell of Delhi Police has not only sent a notice to Twitter on the toolkit case but the Special Cell has also started a search at his office in Delhi. It was on Monday that the police issued a notice to Twitter to cooperate in the investigation and produce evidence. Delhi Police has issued notice stipulating several posts shared on Twitter in the toolkit case as manipulated media. The special cell has asked Twitter to provide more information and evidence in the matter. The political mercury in the country has also been heated up over the toolkit issue.

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