Falsehood(Search results - 5)
ViewsMay 2, 2019, 5:58 PM IST
Judiciary must be harsher on Rahul Gandhi-like liars who tender apologies in fear of law
Rahul Gandhi apparently appreciates the style of Kejriwal of lying and making false and baseless allegations. He tried that with his concocted takes on the deal for Rafale fighter planes. Scared of inviting the ire of the Supreme Court, he grudgingly tendered an apology for having attributed to the court what was a figment of his imagination. That was not a genuine apology. The apex court must come up with a stricter approach to deal with politicians who defame rivals wantonly with falsehoods and then say 'sorry' out of fear.
PoliticsApr 22, 2019, 6:22 PM IST
5 busters of Congress lies: In courts, on social media
As India goes to polls, narratives play a decisive factor. Every political party, be it the Congress of the BJP tries to weave one to suit its political agenda. But as long as these five lie busters and their ilk are around, every Congress narrative that is built on falsehood stands a chance of getting exposed.