Twitter purple flags cropped video of PM ‘ignoring’ President Kovind’s greetings | India Information – Instances of India

NEW DELHI: Twitter on Sunday red-flagged an edited video tweeted by Aam Aadmi Get together (AAP)’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh and some Congress leaders, which was shared a number of occasions, through which Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seen wanting on the cameras whereas outgoing President Ram Nath Kovind greets him after leaving Parliament Home.
“Keep knowledgeable. The media is introduced out of context,” marked Twitter under the tweet with the cropped video..
Singh had posted a video insinuating that PM Modi had slighted the outgoing President by seemingly wanting previous him and into the digicam as Kovind passes by with folded fingers after the ship off from Parliament. “Such an insult. Very Sorry Sir. These persons are like this. Your time period is over, now they won’t even take a look at you,” the AAP chief wrote in Hindi.
Rohan Gupta, the Congress spokesperson, additionally shared the cropped video with a caption, “Don’t Disturb”. Twitter known as him too.
BJP tweeted the unique video through which the Prime Minister will be seen returning the President’s greeting. “Faux information peddler Sanjay Singh at it once more. These whose (from Kejriwal to Sisodia) lies are caught on daily basis, and who’re within the behavior of struggling humiliation, what do they know of respecting others?” BJP IT division head Amit Malviya tweeted.
Earlier, BJP had attacked Sanjay Singh for wrongly claiming that the federal government had modified the recruitment guidelines for the armed forces by introducing caste among the many standards for the recruitment of Agniveers.
Although caste has by no means been among the many standards for recruitment into the armed forces, the candidates, as identified by an affidavit filed within the Supreme Court docket in 2013 beneath UPA, are requested about their caste for administrative functions.