Viral Message: This made my day. Man who told the court he is NOT a Hindu now writes a book titled Why I AM a Hindu.
eMessage on – Social media and internet
Fact Check by Ayupp– Donbt
Viral message example-
This made my day. Man who told the court he is NOT a Hindu now writes a book titled Why I AM a Hindu. (h/t @prakash_venkit)
Here you go, @ShashiTharoor. Here is the original High Court of Kerala (https://t.co/yKL6PgloXi) document. Justice Bhavadasan's words: That you dispute the fact that you are a Hindu.— Anand Ranganathan (@ARanganathan72) February 26, 2018
Now if you don't apologise to me, I might have to sue YOU.https://t.co/lIU7UxWtPp pic.twitter.com/2IYx9JFAp5
Viral Message Verification:- A viral message claiming that Sashi Tharoor is not a hindu and has claimed of this in court itself. The is already there in the media from long time, while more recently the dispute over the religion of Sashi Tharoor started after the Consulting Editor at Swarajya; Newslaundry Anand Ranganathan questioned the religion of Sashi Tharoor. Ever since the tweets and pro tweets from both the sides is going on.
The viral message claims that “1st respondent denies all the allegations in the petition. He asserts that he made true and correct disclosure of all the assets which belongs to him as on the relevant date and the allegations to the contrary are untrue. He disowns any assets having been inheritated by him consequent on the death of his wife. He also would point out that as on the date of filling nomination, he had n spouse and therefore the question of disclosure at the point of time did not arise. He disputes that he and his wife late sunanda Pushkar are Hindus.”
This is a complete lie. I have never said any such thing to any court. I demand you withdraw this fake document or I will proceed with legal action. https://t.co/qSFeRwukRy— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) February 26, 2018
Regarding the false claim that i said my wife&I were not Hindus: This is my sworn affidavit before the Court. Clearly there was a typographical error ("accidental slip") in the judge's summary of the case which no one noticed until malicious people chose to twist it into a drama.
Regarding the false claim that i said my wife&I were not Hindus: This is my sworn affidavit before the Court. Clearly there was a typographical error ("accidental slip") in the judge's summary of the case which no one noticed until malicious people chose to twist it into a drama. pic.twitter.com/7ovo2lpBNp— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) February 26, 2018
It is your word against the judge's. But I'll leave it at that.— Anand Ranganathan (@ARanganathan72) February 27, 2018
And do your homework next time you come charging out the trenches. Also, sack your lawyers. You don't want an 'Innocent' verdict in your other case to later come out as an "Accidental Slip". https://t.co/BDD1jcbzlU
You may also like to read our latest analysed news:
- Facts Check: No it's not a video suicide bomber in Kasmir Funeral
- Facts Check: Surgical strike by mouse in an ATM of HDFC bank, SBI
- Was Radhika Vemula, mother of Rohith Vemula promised Rs 20 lakh, Indian Union Muslim League
- Farewell to the Oldest Sumatran Orangutan in the World!
Note: If you like our work, don't forget to share and like ayupp.com on facebook, twitter.