BJP IT cell ‘gone rogue’, sack Amit Malviya: Subramanian Swamy

Vibha Sharma

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 7

Known for his maverick methods and plain-speak, senior BJP chief Subramanian Swamy has struck and at his goal this time is the celebration’s IT cell and its high-profile in-charge Amit Malviya.

Accusing the BJP IT cell of getting “gone rogue”, Swamy stated: “Some of its members are placing out pretend ID tweets to make private assaults on me.

“If my angered followers make counter personal attacks I cannot be held responsible just as BJP cannot be held responsible for the rogue IT cell of the party.”

When one of many followers stated:  “You are above criticism, ignore them, if you give them importance then you are wasting your important time”, Swamy replied that he’s ignoring, however the BJP “must sack one Malviya character who is running riot with filth”.

“I am ignoring but BJP must sack them. One Malaviya character is running riot with filth. We are a party of maryada purushottam not of Ravan or Dushasan,” he wrote, accusing Malviya of operating the marketing campaign utilizing pretend tweets.

Swamy, nevertheless, didn’t specify the precise contours of the marketing campaign.

The BJP IT cell can be below strain over the “dislike campaign” in opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, although celebration leaders blame the Congress and say solely 2 per cent of the tweets are from India. 

“The campaign is being run by Congress which is using many Turkey-based handles and recently bots to target the PM,” they are saying.

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