BJP's Amit Malviya Attacks Congress For 'plummeting To New Depths' Over An Edited Video Accusing PM Modi Of Using Abusive Language

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In an attempt to spread fake news, a doctored video has been shared by a political analyst associated with the Congress party accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of using abusive language.

Written By Aishwaria Sonavane | Mumbai | Updated On:

In an attempt to spread fake news, a doctored video has been shared by a political analyst associated with the Congress party accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of using abusive language.

In a post shared by BJP's IT cell head Amit Malviya, he has blamed the Congress party of sharing a 'badly edited' video of PM Modi, further stating how 'Congress is plummeting to new depths every single day' 

In an 8 second edited clip of PM Modi, the Gujarati word 'Thavani Che' has been looped in the version so strategically, that makes it sound like PM Modi has used an abusive word, taking the chunk completely out of context.  

PM Modi said actually said, "People are saying that in future, war will be fought for water. If everyone is saying that war will be fought for water then why should we not build canal from now?"
His tweet read: Political analyst associated with Congress shares badly edited video accusing PM Modi of using an abusive word. Rahul Gandhi’s Congress is plummeting to new depths, every single day!

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The propaganda video comes in the countdown to the third phase of the Parliamentary elections. 

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on April 15 had accused the Congress President Rahul Gandhi of manufacturing Supreme Court order on Rafale deal for political propaganda and said 'right to free speech' is not 'right to falsehood'

The minister was commenting on the Supreme Court order which said that the remarks made by Gandhi on its April 10 Rafale case verdict were "incorrectly attributed" to the apex court and directed the Congress President to give his explanation by April 22. 

He further said dynasts are also subject to the Supreme Court and while truth holds together, falsehood falls apart.

"Indian democracy does not permit them (dynasts) to rewrite Court orders... To manufacture a Court order for political propaganda is a new low for Rahul Gandhi. The lower he sinks, the higher we rise," Jaitley said.

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