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Netizens share hilarious ‘diary entries’ to mock Congress’ latest shoddy allegations against BJP

The BJP on its part shared an image with actual handwriting and signature of BS Yeddyurappa which do not match the one shared by Congress by any stretch of the imagination.

In a bizarre allegation against the BJP, Congress leader Randeep Surjewala today shared a ‘diary’ alleging former Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa made payouts to senior BJP leaders during his tenure Karnataka Chief Minister. Surjewala then held up a photocopy of a paper which had handwritten notes, allegedly written and signed by Yeddyurappa where he had mentioned amounts given to senior BJP leaders.

A note which Congress claims is written by BS Yeddyurappa

No sooner than the ‘note’ was published, trying to implicate BS Yeddyurappa, many Twitter users pointed out how the ‘evidence’ presented appears so absurd.

Soon, people started sharing their own versions of diary entries to mock Congress’ ‘diary’ allegations.

As it can be seen above, it is alleged that OpIndia CEO Rahul Roushan was paid Rs 25 crore by UnReal Times for reasons best known to them. Soon, armed with these allegations, wellwishers started tagging employees of OpIndia trying to instigate them to revolt against Roushan for not being paid a penny from the above Rs 25 crore.

However, as revealed by OpIndia employees, OpIndia CEO Rahul Roushan actually takes money from his employees to let them keep their jobs.

Soon, other such diary entries were also shared by twitterati.

Meanwhile, the BJP has called the diary fake and shared handwriting and signature of BS Yeddyurappa to show how it doesn’t match the one shared by Congress even by a far stretch of the imagination.

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