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Did Modi cancel Good Friday Holiday in Gujarat?

Viral Claim: A message viral on social media claims that “Modi canceled “Good Friday” Holiday in Gujarat, so if He wins He will cancel it all over India. He is against Christians. So please don’t Vote for Modi”.

Facts Check: False

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Modi canceled “Good Friday” Holiday in Gujarat so if He wins He will cancel it all over India. He is against Christians.So please don’t vote for Modi. Pass the message to every Jesus Christ Believers. Aamir Khan will announce how many members are against to him in the Satya Meva Jayathi, Please Forward to all, if Narendra Modi becomes Prime Minister next time, He will pass an “Anti-Conversion Bill”. He has a thorough Agenda against Christian Believers. He has done it in the past in Goa.We need a government who will be for Christians, not against, a leader who Fear God and not Evil in his ways. Please encourage all Christians everywhere “NOT TO VOTE” for Narendra Modi. Spread the Word. There are 101,20,000 Christian Voters in India. If none of these Vote for Him, He will not achieve 272 seats, than He Loose the power. “Good Friday” was canceled as a Bank Holiday in Gujarat by Modi. Please move this FAITHFULLY among ur Christian Family & Friends.
Please Vote Against Modi"...All Believers in Precious Lord Jesus Christ 

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Facts Check News: The news claiming that PM Modi has cancelled “Good Friday” Holiday in Gujarat, so if He wins He will cancel it all over India, is an old message and is fake message being circulated on the Social Media.

The message has been viral since 2014, as per search results on Facebook and Google.

As per the Notification, The Government of Gujarat is pleased to declare the following days to be Public Holidays for State Government Offices during the year 2019. In the list as seen, it declares Good Friday as a holiday.


Claim Review: Modi canceled Good Friday Holiday in Gujarat

Fact Check: False