Checking the facts: Aam Aadmi’s party poster is being edited and viral with an incorrect statement

A false statement is being viral by editing a billboard of the Aam Aadmi party in Gujarat. In our research, Billboard showed that it was edited.

Vishwas News (New Delhi). An image of the poster of an ordinary man written in Gujarati language is becoming more and more viral on social media. The image is written in Gujarati language, Gujarat will offer Namaz. By sharing this image, it is claimed that in Gujarat, the Aam Aadmi Party is appealing to the people to offer Namaz. Vishvas News checked the viral image and found that the party billboard Aam Aadmi has been tampered with. By editing, separate lines have been added to the billboard and an image has also been put up.

What’s in the viral post?

Sharing the viral poster image, Facebook user Bhaskar Upadhyay wrote, “Look at the Aam Aadmi party poster in Gujarat … If you don’t know Gujarati, I’ll tell you … it’s written … Namaz will read Gujarat ., Bhagwat Week And stop nonsense like Satyanarayan Katha !! …… just to see that this time the Gujarati Yugpurush will be awarded shoes ………. # Shameful Kejriwal. ”

The content of the Facebook post is written as it is here. Its archived version can be viewed here.

research –

To find out the truth of the viral image, we searched the photo through the Google reverse image. During this we got the real picture of the Dang district from the Adadmi Party. Twitter Control July 10, 2021 was loaded. You can see a similar banner, which is being manipulated and viral. Now Badlega Gujarat is written on the original poster, which has been edited and written as Gujarat will read Namaz.

Based on the information received, we searched Google using some keywords. During this, we found a post related to the viral claim posted on the Facebook account of Aam Aadmi Party, Gujarat, on July 12, 2021. According to the information given in the title, the viral image is false. Our investigation revealed that the person seen in the viral image with folded hands is journalist Ishudan Gadhvi.

Comparing the viral photo with the original, we found that the original image now written Gujarat will change, which has been edited and changed in Gujarat. In addition, a line has been added during the edition at the bottom to stop making the story of Bhagwat Week and Satyanarayan. The man who looks Muslim in the viral image is Gopal Italia, president of the Aam Aadmi Party in Gujarat. His image has been edited and given a Muslim costume.

For more information, we contacted PA Vanraj Chavda of Ishudan Gadhvi. We were told the viral claim is false. This image has been viral on social media for a long time. Last year this image also went quite viral. During this time we had also filed a FIR against. A year ago too, this image went viral with the same statement. Even during this time, we investigated this claim and exposed the truth. At the time, Vishwas News had contacted Shatrughan Sharma, Ahmedabad-based Dainik Jagran’s chief correspondent, and shared the viral post with him. In informing us, he had clarified that along with the presence of the Aam Aadmi party in Gujarat, an attempt is being made to give a religious color to the AAP posters by manipulating the internet media.

At the end of the investigation, the user who made the post viral was investigated. On social user exploration, it was found that he is a resident of the city of Agra, Uttar Pradesh. Bhaskar Upadhyay has been active on Facebook since October 2011. This user is followed by 381 people on Facebook


A false statement is being viral by editing a billboard of the Aam Aadmi party in Gujarat. In our research, Billboard showed that it was edited.

  • Claim Review: Look at the poster of Aam Aadmi’s party in Gujarat ……. if you don’t know Gujarati, I’ll tell you ….. it’s written … ……….. .. ..Just to see this time Gujarati Yugpurush will be awarded shoes ………. # embarrassing Kejriwal #
  • Claimed by: Bhaskar Upadhyay
  • Fact verification: lies


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