Did Manoj Tiwari write letter to BJP chief taking responsibility of defeat before the election? Here’s the truth

A picture of a letter attributed to BJP’s Delhi president Manoj Tiwari is doing rounds on social media.

The letter dated Feb 2, 2020, is addressed to the party BNP’s national president Jagat Prakash Nadda and it said that according to an internal survey on Delhi elections, BJP’s defeat is evident, in such a situation it would be appropriate to keep top leaders of the party away from the state so that they do not face any questions if BJP loses the election.

“#बीजेपी_ने_दिल्ली_चुनाव_में_खुद_मानी_हार !
#मनोज_तिवारी 👇👇👇” the caption read.

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FACT CHECK 

NewsMobile fact-cheeked the above letter and found it to be fake.

We ran a search and found an old letter written by Manoj Tiwari. When we compared that to the viral letter, we noticed significant differences.

Firstly, the letterhead in both images is different.

Secondly, the address of the BJP State Office on both letters is also different. In the original letterhead, the address is – 14A Pandit Pant Marg has been written, while the address of the party’s headquarters under the viral letterhead- Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg.

The above information proves that the viral letter is FAKE.

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