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Indian Media decodes ‘Voting Voting’ chants into ‘Modi Modi’.

Mainstream media really know their priority. Channels such as India TV, Times Now, and right-wing website OpIndia, shared a clip of Pakistan’s Parliament. In the clip, you can hear ‘voting voting’ chants in the background. But, Indian Media like always has something else to say about it. They claimed that Pakistani MPs raised ‘Modi Modi’ chants in the house.

After a careful analysis of the clip, we found out that these claims are misleading and false. Pakistan MPs were actually shouting “Voting, voting…” and not “Modi, Modi” as claimed by the media portals.

You can also hear some MPs chanting “मोदी का जो यार है, गद्दार है… गद्दार है” (Translation: Anyone is who is friends with Narendra Modi is a traitor). But, it was only when some MPs referred to him occasionally.

Watch the video clip here:

Now have a look at these claims by Indian Media outlets, News anchors, and Bollywood movie director Vivek Agnihotri

 

 

 

 

 

Further, we came across tweets by a journalist  Aditya Raj Kaul and Pakistani actor Fakhr-e-Alam, who pointed out that the MPs were chanting ‘Voting voting’ and not ‘Modi Modi’.

 

A report by Pakistan daily Dawn, dated 27 October, clearly stated that opposition members raised ‘voting voting’ slogans.

After such heights of journalism, we can only say ‘Waah Modiji Waah‘ because that’s what the media wants to hear.

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Mayuresh Patil
My Instagram says I am silent-ink, My Facebook says I am a Newsy Guy. And My Gmail says I am an Utter Chaos. To sum up, a combination of Creativity + Simplicity. Also, never underestimate the power of words.

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