PM Modi Claims He Used Digital Camera & Email In 1980s Itself, Gets Brutally Trolled!
Modi has been the centre of attraction for his comments from the last few days.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is once again being trolled by netizens for his controversial statement. In a recent interview, PM Modi claimed to have used a digital camera in 1987-88 and clicking a picture of L. K. Advani which was published the next day.
"I used a digital camera for the time around 1987 or 1988. Very few had e-mail at that time. Advani ji was holding a public meeting in Viramgam tehsil in Gujarat. Back then I took pictures of him on a digital camera. I clicked the photo and transmitted it to Delhi, which was published the next day. Advani ji was very surprised how his colour photo was published within a day."
A day before this video came out, another video was released in which Modi created a controversy by stating that a cloud cover made out of rains could actually hide Indian planes from the Pakistani radar system.
After the video surfaced, people immediately pointed out that the first digital camera was introduced in India in 1990 and email in 1995.
Opposition parties responded to Modi's cloud cover statement as 'false and ridiculous'. The CPI(M) also asked the Election Commission to take an action against Modi for revealing the secret of a confidential military operation. Whereas the statement of using a digital camera even before it was introduced in India was hilariously trolled.
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