Modi’s Scripted Interview: Question & Answers caught on camera

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The interview of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Hindi news channel News Nation is continuing to trend and for all the wrong reasons.

While on Sunday, social media was flooded with memes of “Cloud Stikes”, today PM Modi has been caught on the wrong foot again, as the written questions and answers seen on camera affirm the scripted interviews of Narendra Modi.

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Congress Social Media Head, Divya Spandana tweeted a video late night yesterday, showing how the interviews had been hand written and given to the PM well in advance. Divya wrote:

“So the interview with was *badly* scripted just like his other interviews,but here’s proof!Pause the video at 3 seconds & take a good look, it has the question & *ahem* the answers too!Now you know why no press conference or debate with

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In another tweet, Divya pointed out ‘Question No 27’ which seemed to have fueled the controversy over the past couple of days.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claim in an interview that he suggested the Indian Air Forces (IAF) that clouds and rain can help fighter jets evade Pakistani radar during Balakot air strikes has given the Congress party chance to ridicule the PM and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

In the “scripted” interview by news channel News Nation, PM Narendra Modi said:

“The weather was not good on the day of air strikes. There was a thought that crept in the minds of the experts that the day of (Balakot) strike should be changed. I had two issues in mind. One was secrecy… second, I said I am not someone who knows the science.

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I said there is so much cloud and rain. There is a benefit. I have raw wisdom, the clouds can benefit us too. We can escape the radar. Everyone was confused. Ultimately I said there are clouds…chal pade.”

Lastly, Divya also tweeted how the scripted question was indeed asked by the reporter:

And here’s the question that did get asked! What a con man 🙄 pic.twitter.com/3v2jGb96ei

 

READ CLOUD CONTROVERSY BELOW:

Haha: PM Modi defies science, says IAF planes escaped radars due to clouds 🙈

The mockery of the interview does not end here. While responding to a question from the News Nation journalists on how he became a “gadget freak”, Modi replied that his fascination with technology started long before he became chief minister of Gujarat. Modi claimed that:

“I started using the (Stylus) pen (used on touchscreen devices) in the 1990s”.

He also quoted that he first used a digital camera around 1987-88. It is unclear whether Modi meant to say he was first person to ever use a digital camera in India.

However some facts pointed out by social media users read:

  • Nikon sold its first digital camera only in 1987
  • Such digital cameras would have been exorbitantly priced in India and Modi’s frequent affirmations that he had risen from poverty were negated
  • State-owned telecommunications company VSNL had started the first internet service in India for the public in 1995
  • Email and internet services in the 1980s were mostly restricted to research and academic institutions

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