In a shocking case of defamatory post, A Congress IT Cell worker has been found spreading obnoxious photoshopped photographs of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Textile Minister Smriti Irani and BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra.

The now deleted Facebook post of Khurram Siddiqui, who claims to be working with the IT cell of Indian Youth Congress, showed Modi and Irani in a derogatory way.

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The post didn’t go down well with internet users and started raising voice about the malpractice and following severe criticism, Siddiqui deleted this post. 

In the photoshopped picture, Smriti Irani is seen holding an infant, whose face is replaced with Sambit Patra’s. 

The other picture shows Modi and Irani getting married. 

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To the surprise of many this man is seen posing for pictures with Congress President Rahul Gandhi on multiple occasions.

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This man is also seen to be hobnobbing with the biggest faces of the Congress Media Department and Social Media team, like Priyanka Chaturvedi or Divya Spandana.

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Even his Twitter account is followed by the crème de la crème of the Congress Party – from Former Union Minister Salman Khurshid and Ajay Maken, Member of Parliament and Head of All India Mahila Congress Sushmita Dev to President of Women’s wing of Delhi Congress Sharmistha Mukherjee and the controversial Congress leader from Jammu and Kashmir Salman Nizami. 

The Congress Social Media passed the buck to IYC Social Media Team. 

When contacted, IYC Social Media’s present coordinator Vaibhav denied that Siddiqui is a part of the organisation. When reminded that the person in question is seen sharing space with Party President Rahul Gandhi, he downplayed by saying, "He may be a part of IYC, I am not denying that. But not an office bearer of our Social media team. I don't know about it. I have to check. But if anyone found to be indulging in such activities, we won't support that".