The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) today pulled up propagandist masquerading as ‘comedian’ Kunal Kamra for ‘unauthorised and illegal use of BSE building for nefarious activities’.
A fake morphed photo against a political party using BSE building has been shared by @kunalkamra88.BSE is extremely disappointed at unfortunate,unauthorized & illegal use of BSE buildg fr nefarious activities.BSE reserves right to take appropriate legal action agnst @kunalkamra88
— BSE India (@BSEIndia) April 19, 2019
The BSE was referring to a morphed image Kamra had posted on his social media account which had the BSE building with the ticker which displayed the text ‘Don’t Vote For Modi’.
These photos are as real as Modiji's promises… pic.twitter.com/zEBOUxyLKJ
— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) April 14, 2019
The bourse was not too pleased with Kamra’s ‘sense of humour’ and expressed its disappointment. The BSE even tweeted that they reserve the right to take appropriate legal action against Kamra. Kamra, in his propaganda, has been running a campaign asking his followers not to vote for Modi. In his bid to run an anti-Modi propaganda, Kamra ended up morphing the picture of the stock market, which could have created a wave of panic at the stock market.
Instead of admitting his mistake that he may have crossed his line and ended up giving fodder to those who spread fake news by passing off morphed image as himself Karma thought it was incredibly funny to mock the stock exchange.
This is the original tweet, Clearly a joke
Sensex of humour is down by many points ???
PS – Do they have WiFi in jail? https://t.co/KVO1xAiohW
— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) April 19, 2019
In the past, Congress leader Nagma Morarji has been caught spreading a Photoshopped image to peddle anti-Modi agenda. Aam Aadmi Party worker had recently spread a fake message of Prime Minister Modi’s death. Madhya Pradesh Congress’ official Twitter account was caught spreading maliciously cropped satire article as real news. Propagandist and low IQ journalist Pritish Nandy was also caught using an example of fake news to spread fake news.