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Before INCIndia deletes this poll question, do go and poll

New Delhi: It has been many occasion that the Congress party social media handler’s have put a question against the BJP, but latter had to delete their own post getting a negative response. Yet another tweet and reported by a twitter user, before they deletes the poll, please read.

 Before, @INCIndia deletes this poll results, please read. Despite @narendramodi striking a better deal on #Rafale , RG tried everything to paint him and Defence Min. @nsitharaman in black. Read what their own poll states

So what is the poll question?

With the Modi Govt paying an inflated ₹12632 cr for Rafale fighter aircraft with honest taxpayers' money, do you think the Defence Minister should step down?



Looks like the Grand old Congress party is running out of poll questions on twitter. Recently it has created many polls and many of the polls went just against the Congress Party’s expectations. The latest in poll by the National Party is the polling of a wrong question, which has already been clarified by the DOT.

Earliar the congress twitter handle post’s the below question, before you read make sure this has already been verified and is a wrong tweet by the Congress.

The Department of Telecom (DoT) has issued a directive instructing all telecom operators in the country to start issuing 13-digit mobile numbers later this year. Are you happy with this decision? #IndiaSpeaks

However the BSNL has clarified for this stating that the instructions to lengthen the numbers from existing 10 digit apply only for machine-to-machine communication, not for regular users.

It said the customer’s number will remain same.

BSNL India in a tweet said that “There is no change in mobile numbering plan which remains 10 digit. #BSNL preparing for machine to machine (m2m) communication where in 13 digit numbering scheme shall be used to connect billions of machines.”

Read the below fact check on the full verification

Will Mobile number will now be 13 digits long in India? Ans is no

Another goof up by the National Herald a substitute of the Congress.

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