The original image has been photoshopped to claim that PM Modi was pictured with Chhota Rajan.
The first image was taken from a J&K policeman's funeral in June 2017, while the second one is from Gaza in 2014.
BOOM found that the quote is bogus, and is being shared on the internet since 2017.
This viral image of him on Twitter was actually of his visit to his alma mater in 2017
The photos are from December 27, 2017, when Shah and Modi had shared the dais at the swearing-in ceremony of Himachal...
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The prime minister received a mix welcome in the UK. However, these viral photos showing protests are old.
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If seeing is believing then these images would have had you fooled.
Pakistani diplomat Maleeha Lodhi tried to pass off an image of a Gaza teen as a Kashmiri girl wounded by a pellet gun.