Fact Check: No, Pro-Congress Slogans Were NOT Raised During Amit Shah’s Rally; Here’s The Truth

A video is being shared on social media with a claim that pro-Congress slogans were raised during Home Minister Amit Shah’s election rally. The post claims that the crowd chanted ‘Congress Zindabad’ slogans while Amit Shah was giving his speech.

The video was shared with the caption: छोटू बोला “कांग्रेस पार्टी” जनता बोली “जिंदाबाद”

(English Translation: Chotu said “Congress Party” The public said “Zindabad”)

Here’s the link to the above post.


NewsMobile fact-checked the post and found it to be misleading.

We ran a keyword search and found the original video which was streamed live on the official YouTube channel of the Bharatiya Janata Party on February 12, 2022. “HM Shri Amit Shah addresses public meeting in Raipur, Uttarakhand,” the title of the video read.

After examining it carefully, we found that the viral clip has been taken from 11:25 min of the original video.

In the original video, it is clear that the crowd was chanting ‘Murdabad’ and not ‘Zindabad’.

In the video, Shah says, “Rawat Ji has a habit of losing. Even Congress knows this and it’s not a new practice for them. But friends, this Congress party (crowd says ‘Murdabad’)… this Congress party will never develop the Devbhoomi.”

Hence, from the above Fact Check it is clear that the viral video is being shared with a misleading claim.

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