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Was Kanhaiya video with 'clinching evidence' of anti-national attitude doctored?

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 14 February 2017, 5:43 IST

The viral video aired on some TV news channels that showed JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar shouting anti-national slogans might have been doctored, reports The Indian Express. The BJP had presented this video during a TV news debate as "clinching evidence" of Kanhaiya's guilt.

But two TV news channels, India Today TV and ABP News, aired programmes on Thursday that showed what might be the original video, in which Kanhaiya had shouted different slogans.

ABP News showed "the original video" that had later had a different audio superimposed on it, while India Today TV showed three videos: the allegedly fake one, the "original" video, and a third video in which the audio of unidentified people shouting slogans for freedom of Kashmir was superimposed.

According to ABP News, in the 'original video', Kanhaiya had made no reference to Kashmir.



First published: 19 February 2016, 7:50 IST
 
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