Rahul Gandhi spreading fake news in India: BJP on PM Modi's pictures
New Delhi : Hours after Congress President Rahul Gandhi accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of shooting for an ad campaign even three hours after the news of Pulwama Attack, the Bharatiya Janata Party accused him of spreading the 'fake news', claiming that the pictures are from the morning.
“Rahul Ji, India is tired of your fake news. Stop sharing photos from that morning to shamelessly mislead the nation. Maybe you knew in advance of the attack but people of India got to know in the evening. Try a better stunt next time, where the sacrifice of soldiers isn’t involved,” the BJP tweeted.
Rahul Ji, India is tired of your fake news. Stop sharing photos from that morning to shamelessly mislead the nation.— BJP (@BJP4India) February 22, 2019
Maybe you knew in advance of the attack but people of India got to know in the evening.
Try a better stunt next time, where sacrifice of soldiers isn’t involved. https://t.co/qiAhUKrNdg
BJP’s retort comes after Gandhi called Modi “prime time minister” and also attached photographs of the PM attending the shooting for an “advertisement film” at the Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand and taking a boat ride in the scenic hilly state.
“Three hours after the news of 40 jawans killed in the Pulwama terror strike, the ‘prime time minister’ continued with a film shooting,” Gandhi tweeted in Hindi.
पुलवामा में 40 जवानों की शहादत की खबर के तीन घंटे बाद भी ‘प्राइम टाइम मिनिस्टर’ फिल्म शूटिंग करते रहे।— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) February 22, 2019
देश के दिल व शहीदों के घरों में दर्द का दरिया उमड़ा था और वे हँसते हुए दरिया में फोटोशूट पर थे।#PhotoShootSarkar pic.twitter.com/OMY7GezsZN
About Pulwama Attack
At least 40 CRPF personnel were martyred after a Pakistan backed Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist ramped his explosive-laden car into the convoy of Indian soldiers.