Leftist cabal tries to shift goal posts when called out on defaming Major Gogoi

After some news outlets reported that Major Gogoi had been detained at a hotel at Shrinagar, the left-liberal cabal has gone berserk. They had cried hoarse over alleged human rights violations last year when Major Leetul Gogoi tied up a stone pelter to the army jeep to prevent stone pelting.

The reports regarding Major Gogoi are still very unclear and there are several loopholes in the news reports. While many reports are claiming that the Major was arrested, but the reports all have multiple versions of the stories and slowly ground reports are emerging that claim that the Major did not meet any girl in a room and the said girl, who was accompanied by another man was not allowed beyond the reception area.

Meanwhile, the usual suspects have begun a full-fledged smear campaign against Major Gogoi.

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Even the outlook magazine article had said on its cover that Major Gogoi has been arrested but in the body of the article, it was mentioned that the hotel staff did not allow the girl and the man accompanying her meet the persons they wanted to meet. Soon, Twitter users started seeing through the lies peddled by the usual suspects and began calling out their lies.

When the matter of Major Gogoi being arrested and even being in a room was soon discovered to be fake news, some tried propagating the allegation the girl in question was underage, thus trying to employ sly measures to defame the Major. When even that lie did not hold and it surfaced that there was no evidence of any direct involvement, they shifted the goal posts again. Kavita Krishnan and Sagarika Ghose started complaining about why was the Major even allegedly meeting a woman while being on active duty.

Eventually, it has come to light that there was neither any arrest or any illegal activity as our leftist liberals would want us to believe. The individuals who indulged in actively defaming the soldier are now being called out in the social media for peddling fake news.

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