RaGa didn’t say he would settle in London; here’s the truth behind this viral video

A video is doing rounds on social media in which Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is addressing an election rally and in the clip, Gandhi can be heard saying- “Nothing will happen, I will go to London, my children will go and study in America, I have nothing to do with India, I have crores of money, I will go anytime.”

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FACT CHECK

When NewsMobile fact-checked the viral 11-second clip, we found it to be misleading.

On putting the keyframes of the video through a Reverse Image Search, we found Rahul Gandhi’s full close to 19-minute speech on Congress’ official YouTube channel dated October 13th, 2019.

In the video, Gandhi in an election rally in Maharashtra’s Latur is actually slamming Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi who fled the country after committing fraud.

The exact part which has been extracted from the full video can be seen from 15:10 minute counter onwards.

Hence, this proves that a short clip from the full video was extracted to create a false narrative.

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