Indian High Commission Kenya tweets photoshopped images of Indians doing Yoga; Says sorry

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Brief Outline: The Indian High Commission In Kenya tweeted a photo shopped Image of yoga Session in the foothills of Mount Kenya, which turns out to be fake.

Facts Check: Fake

Viral news Examples: 

At most sacred spot in Kenya: the Indian community of Nyeri celebrated the 4th #IYD2018 at the foot of #MtKenya yesterday/

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Facts Check Analysis: The tweet shared by the Indian High Commission In Kenya turned out to be photo shopped. The Kenya Indian High Commissioner later apologized for this mistake and latter tweeted

We apologize for sharing an unverified/ edited photo of Yoga at the foot of Mt Kenya, which was sent to us by a community member.

The image shared by the Indian High Commission can be easily found on the Google search.

It was too late before twitter users shared the original image, many claiming that the clouds did not move a inch in all the yoga. Twitter users were quick to point out the gaffe.



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