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Fact Check! Is it true that Rahul Gandhi never claimed to change the direction of the Sunrise, as claimed by The Times of India?

This is a story where “The Times of India” acted like the “Slaves of Gandhi Dynasty” in order to save Rahul Gandhi from getting bashed for spreading fake news.

Recently, the serial fake news peddler and habitual liar Rahul Gandhi had promised to change the direction of the Sunrise if he becomes the Prime Minister of India. We must appreciate his power of dreaming.

Soon the video clipping in which Rahul Gandhi could be heard saying “Make me the Prime Minister. I will change the direction of the Sunrise” became viral of social media. Watch the video below!

Yes, Rahul Gandhi is indeed heard saying that he will change the direction of the sunrise if he is made the Prime Minister of India. Soon the Times of India jumped into the business of spreading “fake news and distorted facts” just to save the habitual liar Rahul Gandhi.

With its article titled “Fact Check: Did Rahul Gandhi promise to change direction of sunrise if he becomes the prime minister?”, Times of India tried its best to justify that Rahul Gandhi didn’t say so.

Screenshot of the headline published by The Times of India

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This main stream media which was caught spreading fake and distorted information on several instances claimed that Rahul Gandhi was imitating and mocking PM Modi in one of his rally in Chhattisgarh’s Dongargarh on 9th November.

So according to Times of India, Congress president Rahul Gandhi didn’t claim to change the direction of the Sunrise but was taking a jibe at PM Modi and his promises. Ohh really?

Nowadays people have stopped taking Times of India seriously just like they think Rahul Gandhi as a comedy material. Still Postcard Media decided to bust the lies of Times of India.

When the video in which Rahul Gandhi made this statement was accessed, you found out that Rahul Gandhi misled the audience by saying that PM Modi had promised to change the direction of the Sunrise after becoming the Prime Minister of India.

Below is the full statement blabbered by Rahul Gandhi in the rally:

  • “I am not here to make false promises like PM Modi. I won’t say, like PM Modi does, that I will change the direction of the moon and the sunrise if I become the prime minister”.

So it is now clear that Rahul Gandhi lied by saying that PM Modi had promised to change the direction of the Sunrise but failed to fulfill it.

But in the so-called Fact Check article published by the Times of India, it didn’t state even once that PM Modi never promised to change the direction of the Sunrise, as claimed by Rahul Gandhi.

This makes it clear that the Times of India tried to cover up the lies of Rahul Gandhi during the peak time of assembly elections in Chhattisgarh.

VERDICT:

At the first place, Rahul Gandhi lied blatantly and in order to hide his lies, the Times of India lied and distorted the fact and called others as fake news peddler


Hansika Raj

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