Did PM Modi Clicked the Cheetah pictures with camera lens cover on? Lets find out

While Prime Minister Modi was celebrating his birthday by introducing cheetah in India his critics were busy using photoshop. Yes, you read it right actually Prime Minister was capturing a photograph from his Nikon camera. This photo of PM Modi capturing the cheetah picture got viral. 

Nearly eight decades after the last cheetah was hunted to extinction in India, its African cousins have arrived to reclaim the throne. It is extremely rare for an extinct species in one part of the world to be populated by a large population from another—especially an apex predator.

Cheetahs brought from Namibia are being introduced in India as part of Project Cheetah, the world’s first inter-continental large wild carnivore translocation project. On Saturday morning, PM Narendra Modi released eight cheetahs to the enclosures inside Kuno National Park in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh by rotating a lever. Today is also Prime Minister Modi’s birthday.

Here is what Social Media has to say

Brijesh one of the Twitter user wrote. 

“congress supporters and leaders are defaming Modi.

They are doing photoshop for Modi & uploading it on social media.

Congress supporters always work like Pappu. They don’t know how to do photoshop.

In this photo, Modi is holding the Nikon camera. & edited with canon lens cover”.

 

 

Our Fact Check Analysis

Because his critics edited the photo and covered the lens of the camera with a Canon company cap. Those who could not understand the motive of that photoshopped pic shared it multiple times on different social media apps. We needed strong evidence to find and our team found the trace of photoshop and marked it as fake news. 

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