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Women pretending to be a Hindustan Times journalist wishes death for PM Modi, hopes Prime Minister’s boat sinks in ‘River Tsunami’

Gone are the days 'journalists' would express glee at him catching swine flu. It is now time for wishing for 'river tsunami'.

People associated with left-liberal media do not even try to hide their hatred for PM Modi anymore under creative euphemism. Gone are the days ‘journalists’ would express glee at him catching swine flu.

Nupur Kashyap, who pretended to work as a copy editor at Hindustan Times, on Sunday asked a social media user to pray for the death of PM Modi. In the screenshots shared by social media user Ankur Singh, one can see Kashyap praying for ‘river tsunami’. Replying to a Facebook post, which had reported that PM Modi was to accompany Chief Ministers of Bihar, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh on a cruise to attend the first meeting of National Ganga council, Kashyap hoped that the boat which carried PM Modi went down.

However, it was later revealed that Nupur Kashyap was only pretending to work for Hindustan Times and was not actually involved with the news channel.

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ThePrint article shared on Facebook

A social media user named Mum Tamut responding to ThePrint report had criticised PM Modi. Referring to him as ‘Feku’, she said how river cruises were more important than lives of people in Assam. People in Assam are protesting against implementation of Citizenship Amendment Act as they do not wish to allow immigrants from neighbouring countries to settle, irrespective of religion. To this, Nupur reacted and asked Mum to pray that the boat which is carrying PM Modi sank.

 

Nupur Kashyap comment on Facebook. (image: @iankursingh on Twitter)

However, Nupur Kashyap did not stop at urging someone to pray for PM Modi’s death. Instead, she herself took the responsibility to pray for Prime Minister’s death and wished that the boat in which PM Modi was travelling goes down. She also hoped that PM Modi met with some sort of ‘river Tsunamis’.

Hindustan Times journalist praying for River Tsunami (image: @iankursingh on Twitter)

Hindustan Times had filed a complaint against Kashyap for pretending to be an HT journalist.

You can read the details here.

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