Report Wire - Madhya Pradesh: BJP posts video, says ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans have been raised throughout ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ in Khargone, Congress claims video doctored
December 6, 2022

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Madhya Pradesh: BJP posts video, says ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans have been raised throughout ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ in Khargone, Congress claims video doctored

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Madhya Pradesh: BJP posts video, says 'Pakistan Zindabad' slogans were raised during 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' in Khargone, Congress claims video doctored

On Friday, ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ led by Congress chief Rahul Gandhi confronted one other controversy after a video appeared on social media displaying ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans being raised within the rally within the Khargone space of Madhya Pradesh. BJP’s Amit Malviya posted a video on November 25 and alleged that pro-Pakistani slogans have been being raised on the Bharat Jodo Yatra.

“After Richa Chaddha’s public application to join Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat “Jodo” Yatra, “Pakistan Zindabad” (hear in the direction of the tip of the video) slogans raised in Khargon. INC MP posted the video after which deleted it after the fake pas got here to mild. This is Congress’s reality,” Malviya tweeted.

After Richa Chaddha’s public software to affix Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat “Jodo” Yatra, “Pakistan Zindabad” (hear in the direction of the tip of the video) slogans raised in Khargon.

INC MP posted the video after which deleted it after the fake pas got here to mild.

This is Congress’s reality… pic.twitter.com/ZkVEkd4pCf

— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) November 25, 2022

He additionally shared the screenshot of the video posted by the Congress get together in Madhya Pradesh and stated that the put up was later deleted by MP Congress after they realized that pro-Pakistani slogans have been being yelled on the Yatra. The video confirmed Congress chief Rahul Gandhi strolling with the get together supporters, together with sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra. Former CM of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath additionally joined the Yatra with Rahul Gandhi in Khargone, Madhya Pradesh.

Meanwhile, Congress normal secretary answerable for communications Jairam Ramesh responded to the allegations put forth by Malviya and stated that the video was doctored. “A video doctored by the Dirty Tricks Department of the BJP is doing the rounds to discredit the highly successful Bharat Jodo Yatra. We are taking the necessary legal action immediately. We are prepared for such tactics, and there will be payback,” he tweeted.

A video doctored by the Dirty Tricks Department of the BJP is doing the rounds to discredit the extremely profitable #BharatJodoYatra. We are taking the mandatory authorized motion instantly. We are ready for such techniques, and there shall be payback.

— Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) November 25, 2022

According to the reviews, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s husband Robert Vadra, and their son Rehan have been additionally seen strolling with Rahul Gandhi on the third day of the yatra in Madhya Pradesh. The Bharat Jodo Yatra entered the state of Madhya Pradesh on November 23 after finishing 14 days of the journey in Maharashtra.

Earlier, the BJP had alleged that Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra was being stage-managed and that the actors within the state have been being provided cash to be part of the rally. Nitish Rane, son of Union Minister Narayan Rane had posted a screenshot of a WhatsApp ahead message wherein actors have been being requested to affix the yatra in line with their comfort for which they’d be given the absolute best pay.

Nitish Rane shared the message saying, “so the Rahul Gandhi Yatra is stage managed… This is a proof of how actors are being paid to come and walk with him… Sab Golmaal hai bhai…”.

So the Rahul Gandhi Yatra is stage managed..
This is a proof of how actors r bein paid to come back and stroll with him..
Sab Golmaal hai bhai !

Ye Pappu kabhi move nahi hoga!! @BJP4Maharashtra @Dev_Fadnavis @amitmalviya pic.twitter.com/mq2TOrQFUp

— nitesh rane (@NiteshNRane) November 21, 2022

After ending its Maharashtra leg, the yatra reached the BJP-controlled state of Madhya Pradesh on November 23 from the Burhanpur district. Before coming into Rajasthan, it’s slated to journey 380 kilometers in 12 days by means of the Malwa-Nimar space of Madhya Pradesh. The yatra will enter Rajasthan on December 4.