PR stunt goes wrong! Fake classroom created for PM Modi’s Photoshoot?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Gujarat, has inaugurated the Mission School of Excellence in Gandhinagar Yesterday. During this, PM Modi met the students and interacted with them in the classroom. During this launch program, PM Modi said, today the education system has become very smart and a great change has been seen in the education system of Gujarat.

However, there are claims being made on social media that a fake smart classroom was set up just for PM’s PR and photoshoots.

Let us tell you that the model classroom that PM Modi has inaugurated looks completely fake. It is being claimed that a Photo Studio was converted into a classroom in haste by putting up banner posters with fake window through flex printing. Moreover, the classroom has only 3 benches with 6 students. All walls are made up of cardboard.

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Soon after the photos and videos of this event went viral on the internet, netizens started trolling PM Modi. A user tweeted, “A man with a fake degree who makes fake promises went to a fake classroom with a fake window and got some fake pics clicked for PR. What the fake!”

Another user tweeted, “Never see a classroom with only 5 student sitting there and a fake window for photo op.” A user tweeted, “The only Prime Minister who made a fake classroom for photo shoot!”

Check out some of the tweets:

Fake classroom created for PM Modi’s Photoshoot?

If PM is inaugurating such a big project for the country then surely it should have been improved. What are the reasons for such negligence? Whether the authorities have made a fake classroom for the photoshoot hastily is also a matter of investigation.

Senior journalist Girish Malviya has taken a dig at this inauguration of PM Modi by putting a post on Facebook.

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