Students arrested for showing black flag to BJP chief Amit Shah

At least four Samajwadi Party supporters, Rama Yadav, Neha Yadav, Ashvini Maurya and Mohit Yadav, all of them students, were taken into custody in Allahabad for showing black flags to BJP president Amit Shah. According to local sources, they organized a homage program to Judge Loya. Shah cancelled his program of addressing party workers, with BJP sources saying it had to be done because of rains in the city. Another two students were arrested from ADC crossing in Keedganj police station area. 

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