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Congress leader Surendra Rajput spreads fake news, uses cleverly edited video of PM Modi quoting Nehru to claim that BJP is against reservations

“Congress leader Surendra Rajput spreads fake news, uses cleverly edited video of PM Modi quoting Nehru to claim that BJP is against reservations”, Opindia, February 7, 2024:

“On Wednesday (7h February), Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing attack on the Congress during his response to the ‘Motion of Thanks’ in the Rajya Sabha. In his speech, PM Modi cited a letter written by Jawaharlal Nehru to show how India’s first PM was against reservation.

However, in a hilarious attempt at spreading fake news against PM Modi, Congress leader Surendra Rajput shared a cleverly cut segment of the video to claim that PM Modi is against reservation.

Congress media panellist Surendra Rajput tweeted, “What is Modi ji saying? They are against any kind of reservation? Not in the job at all? What is happening in BJP?….”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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