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Did Amit Shah Meet Arvind Kejriwal With Shoe In Hand?

Did Amit Shah Meet Arvind Kejriwal With Shoe In Hand?

The viral post, meant to be a satire, shows Amit Shah holding a shoe in his hand while Arvind Kejriwal sits in the background with a sullen face. Both the pictures have been clicked separately

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Claim

A photoshopped image of Bharatiya Janta Party president Amit Shah and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has gone viral with a caption which reads: If anyone makes a hue and cry over EVMs after 23rd, they will be thrashed with this shoe. (Hindi: 23 के बाद अगर किसी ने EVM का **रोना किया तो इस जूते से ही उसका इलाज होगा)

Fact

The post, a compilation of two different images, shows Shah holding a shoe while a sullen-faced Kejriwal is sitting in background. The viral post is meant to be a satire for BJP detractors. You can view the original images of Amit Shah and Kejriwal, taken at different events, here and here.

Claim

A photoshopped image of Bharatiya Janta Party president Amit Shah and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has gone viral with a caption which reads: If anyone makes a hue and cry over EVMs after 23rd, they will be thrashed with this shoe. (Hindi: 23 के बाद अगर किसी ने EVM का **रोना किया तो इस जूते से ही उसका इलाज होगा)

Fact

The post, a compilation of two different images, shows Shah holding a shoe while a sullen-faced Kejriwal is sitting in background. The viral post is meant to be a satire for BJP detractors. You can view the original images of Amit Shah and Kejriwal, taken at different events, here and here.

Claim Review : Picture claims Amit Shah is showing a shoe to Arvind Kejriwal

Fact Check : FALSE

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Sumit is a fact checker and the News Editor of Boom's Hindi wing. In the six years of his journalistic career, he has worked with the New Indian Express, Times of India and Deccan Chronicle. The dynamic nature of digital media finally made him take the leap from print to online, and don the hat of a digital detective.

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