A tweet, containing a picture of a man urinating on a wall with the picture of PM Modi and President Donald Trump has gone viral. But a little research shows that the picture is morphed and the one who did it is the social media in-charge of AAP
Bengaluru: While the whole nation looks forward to hosting American President Donald Trump who is visiting India next week, a few who suffer from sadism (by trying to spoil the reputation of PM Modi and Donald Trump) are putting out all sorts of tweets.
As shocking as it many sound, AAP’s social media in-charge Aishwary Verma shared a photo in which a man is seen urinating on a compound wall having pictures of Modi and Trump.
But this photo is actually not true. It is a morphed one.
The image has been photoshopped carefully with a wilful intent to mock and make fun of the entire Trump’s schedule, and of course Modi.
An R&D on the same issue reveals that the photo used by the mischief monger was first used by Associated Press in one of its articles dated February 18 under the headline, ““India hastily builds wall along slum ahead of Trump visit”.
Not only muslims, but aapiyas are also sharing PS imageshttps://t.co/Tom1182Hbb— Divider - Jignesh Mawa-li (Unofficial) (@jigneshmawaalee) February 20, 2020
There are several discrepancies in the photoshopped image and the original one, effectively proving that it was a handiwork to defame the two VIPs.
Such endeavours to put everyone in bad light have been a regular trait of AAP. A popular website revealed that a few AAP workers were arrested in the year 2018 for spreading fake news about Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar.
Incensed at this work, the BJP had also lodged a complaint against AAP. The issue was that there was a fake image being spread on the fact that Manohar Lal Khattar had said that he was a CM of Punjabis alone and he has nothing to do with other communities.
And in the year 2019, another image, with morphed pictures, by AAP worker Ghanshyam Parmar from Vadodara had spread fake news about PM Modi’s death. As it was a fake message, he was later arrested by the police.
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Last Updated 20, Feb 2020, 4:59 PM