Two members of staff and four students of a Kerala polytechnic were arrested, then bailed, after publishing a campus magazine that contained a photograph of Narendra Modi alongside Adolf Hitler, George W Bush, Osama Bin Laden and others in a "negative faces" collage, reported the PTI.

They, and the principal who was not arrested due to ill health, were first booked by the police on Tuesday under Section 153 of the Indian Penal Code (provoking with the intent to create rioting), with local BJP workers protesting and burning copies of the student magazine, according to the Times of India. The page, featuring "dreadful personalities" also featured terrorist Ajmal Kasab, LTTE leader Velupillai Prabhakaran and sandalwood smuggler Veerappan.

The student editor of the publication said: "We didn't have any motive to malign the prime minister. When we decided the content in mid-2013, majority of the media and activists were against Modi in the backdrop of 2002 riots in Gujarat."

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Like +1 Object -1 elon musk 13 Jun 14, 09:13
acchey din aa gaye
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Like +4 Object -4 Guest 13 Jun 14, 09:34
Hang those bastards who made mockery of Modi!
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Like +2 Object -0 Anon 13 Jun 14, 10:51
Bhak Sala!
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Like +2 Object -0 Mudi 13 Jun 14, 14:30
Good lesson to the student editor! Media should learn to be more responsible. Veerappan and Osama is a little too much Bledy Leftists!
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