Audience said ‘murdabad’, not ‘zindabad’, when Amit Shah said – ‘Congress Party’, in this video

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A video is widely shared on social media with a claim that when Amit Shah said – “Congress Party”, the meeting audience said – “zindabad”. Let’s check the facts of the claim made in the message.

To claim: Video of the audience saying ‘zindabad’ when Amit Shah said – ‘Congress Party’.

Made: The audience in the video said “murdabad” (which roughly means the fall and is the opposite of zindabad), not zindabad. The video was taken during a public meeting in Uttarakhand. Therefore, the claim made in the message is FALSE.

When the screenshots of the video were run through Google Reverse Image Search, the extended version of the same video was found in the search results. The video was posted with the title – ‘HM Shri Amit Shah addresses a public meeting in Raipur, Uttarakhand‘, by YouTube channel ‘Bharatiya Janata Party’. The posted clip can be seen at 11:22 in the video. If one listens carefully to the audio, when Amit Shah said – ‘Congress Party’ and pauses, one can hear the audience saying ‘murdabad’ (which roughly means fall and is the opposite of zindabad) , not zindabad.

For better clarity on said word, the slowed down and loud version of the posted clip can be seen here. Moreover, none of the news agencies reported any “Zindabad Congress Party” slogans during the BJP Amit Shah meeting in Raipur (Uttarakhand).

To summarize, the audience said ‘murdabad’, not ‘zindabad’, when Amit Shah said – ‘Congress Party’, in this video

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