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Abusive ‘journalist’ Swati Chaturvedi spreads fake news, tweets photoshopped image of PM Modi wearing Arabic attire

Swati Chaturvedi, who doesn't have much credibility to her name, has time and again resorted to false propaganda and fake news against the ruling establishment to stay relevant.

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Swati Chaturvedi, abusive troll masquerading as a journalist, has yet again been caught red-handed after propagating fake news. This time, she has been caught sharing a morphed image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On Saturday, Chaturvedi tweeted a morphed image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in which he can be seen wearing an Arabic attire “Bisht or Ghutra” during his state visit to UAE.

Swati Chaturvedi in her post shared the morphed image with the text ‘offered without comments’ in an effort to mock Prime Minister Modi.

In the picture shared by Swati Chaturvedi, one can see that the Prime Minister who can be seen wearing a Bisht in the photo has been circled in red. The insinuation that Swati wanted to make was perhaps that while back in India, PM Modi displays his ‘Hindu faith’ when in UAE, he has happily adopted the Arabic attire.

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Tweet by Swati Chaturvedi

However, in the original image posted by the Ministry of External Affairs, it can be seen that PM Modi is wearing his usual attire with his signature ‘Modi Jacket’ contrary to the claims of Swati Chaturvedi who thinks that PM Modi wore the Islamic attire during his state visit to the United Arab Emirates.

After she was caught by several people, Swati Chaturvedi deleted her post saying that the ‘picture was photoshopped’.

Swati Chaturvedi, who doesn’t have much credibility to her name, has time and again resorted to false propaganda and fake news against the ruling establishment to stay relevant.

Just after 2019 Lok Sabha election, Swati Chaturvedi had resorted to sharing fake news concerning India’s Home Minister Amit Shah. In a tweet put out by Swati, she had alleged that the former BJP president Amit Shah was merrily sleeping in the parliamentary session. However, it was proved fake.

Swati Chaturvedi, who finds tough to comprehend logic and facts, has a chequered history of sharing fake news and fanning falsehoods on Social Media. In the past, Swati had falsely claimed an image of a girl beaten up by a jilted man as being an image capturing violence in Benaras Hindu University. She had also fabricated statements of a national leader on national television.

In another instance, she had spread lies about a simple speech by Amit Shah, the former BJP Party President. She gave credence to fake news, from a dubious website. She had earlier spread false claims that Kanhaiyya Kumar attacker was a BJP office-bearer. However, after ruining her credibility by sharing fake news time and again, she had blamed OpIndia for ‘costing her readership’ and ‘damaging her credibility’ in the eyes of her peers by pointing out all the fake news that she had shared over the years.

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