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A video related to Rahul Gandhi is going viral on social media in which it is claimed that while talking to the media in Kerala, he called the killers of Udaipur tailor Kanhaiya Lal as children. Although this video was edited, without knowing the truth, a TV news anchor had commented on Rahul Gandhi in his show. At the same time, BJP’s national spokesperson Rajyavardhan Rathore shared this video on Twitter.
But now an FIR was registered in Rajasthan on Saturday night against TV news anchor, national spokesperson Rajyavardhan Rathore and others for allegedly tampering with a video containing remarks of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and spreading lies. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot criticized the channel.
FIR registered at Banpark police station by Rajasthan Congress leader Ram Singh under IPC sections 504 (intentional insult), 505 (criminal intimidation), 153A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, caste, location) On the complaint lodged.
He claimed in the complaint that Rahul Gandhi’s statement was made by a media group in conspiracy with former Union ministers Rathore, Major Surendra Poonia (retired) and Kamlesh Saini, who posted the clip on Twitter to take political advantage and incite public sentiments. had shared.
Also complainant Congress leader Ram Singh said in the FIR that the anchor and the promoters of the TV channel were clearly aware that Rahul Gandhi had said the word ‘bachcha’ to the youth of Wayanad and not to the killers of Kanhaiya Lal.
BJP should apologize on fake video against Rahul
Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh has written a letter to BJP President JP Nadda asking him to apologize for the fake video against Rahul Gandhi. Congress BJP President J.P. In a letter written to Nadda, a complaint has been given against MP Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, MP Subrata Pathak, MLA Kamlesh Saini and other leaders.
According to the Congress, a video of Rahul Gandhi’s statement on Wayanad during his Kerala visit was circulated linking it to the Udaipur incident. “You should stop your allies from circulating such fake videos as they have already damaged the image of the party,” he said.
Jayaram said that we are going to take legal action against the channel concerned. I hope that you will immediately apologize on behalf of your colleagues in the right way. All the BJP leaders who further circulated the fake video of Rahul Gandhi should be ready to tour the country. They will have to make rounds of the courts of many cities.
In the letter, the Congress General Secretary further wrote, “Many leaders of your party have deliberately done the work of spreading fake news in a malicious manner by running a TV channel. You should take notice of this immediately.