Discredited cop Sanjiv Bhatt tweets morphed photo of PM Modi, disregards dignity of woman

Controversial IPS officer from Gujarat, Sanjiv Bhatt, is again in news for all the wrong reasons. He has stooped down to lower levels to show his anti-Modi stand.

Following Japanese PM Abe Shinzo’s visit to Ahmedabad, Bhatt tweeted a photo of PM Modi, PM Abe, PM Abe’s wife and morphed image of PM Modi’s estranged wife Jashodaben added in the image.

Soon, the anti-Modi trolls, who also claim themselves to be feminists while masquerading as journalists, retweeted this tweet without considering that they are taking potshots at the estranged wife of the PM, a woman herself.

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Troll journalists with left leaning publications retweeted this, perhaps to show solidarity with suspended cop.

However, some also pointed out the viciousness in his tweet. He had not only used abusive words for the PM but also used his estranged wife’s picture to score a point in his own personal vendetta.

In past too he has lowered the bar for decency for himself with every hateful tweet that he has tweeted.

Earlier, Congress leader Digvijaya Singh had tweeted the same image and got called out for the same.

Not only does he get joy out of making vile comments about the Prime Minister, he also derives pleasure out of natural calamities.

This was the day Gujarat saw one of the worst floods in decade and Sabarmati Riverfront was flooded.

Earlier, too, he had spread anti-India propaganda on Twitter on more than one occasions. Sanjiv Bhatt has been a known offender and even the Supreme Court of India has called him a liar. Despite all this, he continues to be a favourite amongst the so called liberal journalists of India like Rana Ayyub and Swati Chaturvedi amongst others.

But then, he also goes ahead and describes himself and his gang in his own words.

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