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Truth about Pakistan Zindabad chant at Wajid Nisar, Samajwadi party rally

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News Claim: A video has gone viral on social media where slogans of Pakistan Zindabad were raised in a rally against the BJP under the leadership of Samajwadi Party city president Wajid Nisar.


Viral News Today:  आज आगरा में समाजवादी पार्टी के शहर अध्यक्ष वाजिद निसार के नेतृत्व में भाजपा के खिलाफ निकाली गई रैली में पाकिस्तान जिंदाबाद के नारे लगाए गए। क्या समाजवादी पार्टी पाकिस्तान से संचालित हो रही है?

Today in Agra, slogans of Pakistan Zindabad were raised in a rally against the BJP under the leadership of Samajwadi Party city president Wajid Nisar. Is Samajwadi Party operating from Pakistan?

  

आगरा में पाकिस्तान जिंदाबाद के नारे लगाए गए, समाजवादी पार्टी के प्रदर्शन के दौरान नारेबाजी

News Verification: This is true news; the UP police have arrested 5 people in connection to the slogan of Pakistan Zindabad.  This slogans were heard during a rally organized by Samajwadi Party to protest “large scale fraud” in the recently concluded Panchayat election in the state.

As per Samajwadi Agra district president Wajid Nisar, who distanced himself and party workers from the controversy, claiming those who raised pro-Pakistan slogans were not SP members. He Claimed, that a man named Pankaj Singh and his associates were seen raising slogans at the rally. Neither Pankaj Singh nor his associates have any relation with the Samajwadi Party.

Pankaj Singh denied any involvement in the shouting of slogans, he said, he only raised slogans of Mulayam Singh, Akhilesh Yadav and the Samajwadi Party. He further said, “I am a Thakur. Why would I raise Pakistan Zindabad slogans "

News verdict: True, Wajid Nisar himself has registered a complaint.


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