Lalu Yadav’s “BJP Hatao Desh Bachao” rally was a huge flop; So to hide it, he committed a Photo Scam

Desperate Lalu Prasad Yadav on this Sunday made an attempt to show his blind followers that he is still in the game of politics.  Lalu and gang claimed that “BJP Hatao Desh Bachao” was a successful rally which aims at uprooting PM Modi. But the rally seemed to be a flop show as Sonia Gandhi and youth icon Rahul Gandhi didn’t show any interest to attend.

The only way to gain hype was by attracting thousands of people to attend the rally. Sadly, Lalu was not able to garner high number of supporters. So the trick used by Lalu was of photoshop. Using photoshop, Lalu tried to threaten (fool) his competitors that he is surging ahead to finish off PM Modi’s career.

In this tweet, Lalu Yadav thanked the people for making the rally a big successful. This picture seemed like it was a full packed rally.

But very soon it was revealed that Lalu’s “Photoshop Brigade” had created wonders. Yes, the picture tweeted by Lalu was a fake picture as not even half of the people in the fake picture were found in the rally.

Look at the below image, where Sushil Modi of BJP exposed Lalu Yadav’s Photoshop gimmick.

As soon as the people realised that Lalu messed by posting a fake picture the Twitterati began their usual work of trolling.


Another video emerged which showed that in front of the banner that read “BJP Hatao Desh Bachao”, dance was arranged. This proves that Lalu had reached a pathetic stage from where his talks won’t attract anyone. Instead, he outsourced dancers to grab the attention.

Lalu is well known for forging and it seems like he is unable to get rid of this habit. That’s why, photoshoped images of the rally emerged. What else can be expected from a man whose allies are people like Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Mamata Banerjee?

The opposition thought of fooling the Indians by projecting that everyone are tired and scared of Modi rule. But it was evident that they desperately wanted to save their political career from the Modi wave.

Nishika Ram