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    ‘Nikon camera with Canon cover’: BJP fact checks Trinamool tweet on PM Modi – India News

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a safari hat, vest, and sunglasses, released a pack of cheetahs into a special enclosure in Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park on Saturday. The prime minister also showcased his love for photography as he captured a few shots of the big cats in the national park. However, the Trinamool Congress took this opportunity to share a morphed photo of the PM, poking fun at him. A BJP fact check was not far behind.

    Trinamool Congress MP Jawhar Sircar shared a morphed image of PM Modi taking a photo. The TMC leader captioned the photo, “Keeping the lid on all statistics is one thing, but keeping the cover on the camera lens is sheer far-sightedness.”

    The BJP, however, was quick to spot the difference. BJP leader Sukanta Majumdar pointed out that the image showed a Nikon camera with a Canon cover.

    TMC Rajya Sabha MP is sharing an edited image of Nikon camera with canon cover.

    Such a bad attempt to spread fake propaganda. @MamataOfficial ..hire someone better who can atleast have common sense. https://t.co/rPgNb3mmM0

    — Dr. Sukanta Majumdar (@DrSukantaBJP)

    “TMC Rajya Sabha MP is sharing an edited image of Nikon camera with canon cover. Such a bad attempt to spread fake propaganda. Mamata Banerjee…hire someone better who can atleast have common sense,” Sukanta Majumdar said.

    Soon after, TMC MP Jawhar Sircar deleted the tweet.

    Eight cheetahs arrived in India from Namibia by a special flight on Saturday morning. Three of them were released by PM Modi in the KNP and the rest five by other leaders under the ambitious reintroduction project. The cheetahs had gone extinct in India seven decades ago.

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