“Tukde-Tukde Gang” has become a metaphor for the Bhartiya Janta Party to describe anyone who, they believe, speaks against the nation. You will often find Home Minister, Amit Shah and various other party leaders using the term.
For the unknown, the term had come into existence ever since anti-national slogans were allegedly raised at JNU Campus.
You may have also heard Amit Shah accusing oppositions and the tukde-tukde gang for fueling protests against CAA.
But the question is, what people this group consists of? Or is their even any such gang in the country. There might be one, but on paper, even home ministry can’t identify any such gang.
In a reply to a Right To Information query questioning the existence of a tukde-tukde Gang in the country, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has said it has no information about the same.
The RTI petition was filed by Saket Gokhale a resident of Maharashtra.
The RTI application also sought MHA to clarify “whether the Union Home Minister’s reference to this alleged “tukde-tukde gang was based on specific briefings by the Ministry or other law enforcement agencies?”
Tell Amit shah to apologise for false statement.— Waqar Aatif ?? (@AatifWaqar) January 20, 2020
Gokale basically wanted to know if the government has a list of leaders or people who make up this tukde-tukde gang.
Congratulations Saket. It’s a slap on the face of anti-national bhakts n sanghis n their masters. Well done.— Ashima Sharda (@ShardaAshima) January 20, 2020
However, no information about the gang was passed on by the home ministry.
?? a fool tweets. We don’t need a rti to know the tukde tukde gang. It’s obvious. It’s not a figment of Amit Shah’s imagination. It’s real Congress khanaiyya swara left are the memebers— ?? (@myanagha) January 20, 2020
You did all of this nonsense just to prove a point? We all know who the tukde-tukde gang are whether they are officially titled by anyone or not. That doesn’t change. So what was this charade about anyways?— Dwijen ?? (@dwijenv) January 20, 2020