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Indian ministers spotted sharing images of Beijing airport as Indian airport

China’s state TV employee, Shen Shiwei, called out several BJP ministers and leaders for using the image of China’s airport as the model of Jewar Airport in Noida. In the next tweet, he posted the actual images of the Beijing International Airport.

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Indian ministers have been caught posting pictures of China’s mega-project, Beijing International Airport, as the final model of BJP’s mega project in Noida.

China’s state TV employee, Shen Shiwei, called out several BJP ministers and leaders for using the image of China’s airport as the model of Jewar Airport in Noida.

“Errr….Shocked to know that Indian government officials had to use photographs of China Beijing Daxing International Airport as proof of their ‘achievements of infrastructure’,” tweeted Shiwei.

Union minister Anurag Thakur, Prahlad Singh Patel, Arjun Ram, and UP deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya were among those whose tweets were published.

“Asia’s largest international airport in Noida will also bring in Rs 35,000 crore investment. Besides this, more than 1 lakh people will be given employment,” read Thakur’s tweet.

Read more: Chinese military accuses Indian media of fabricating reports

In the next tweet, he posted the images of the Beijing International Airport. “Welcome to China’s Beijing Daxing International Airport, a mega project with a cost of US$ 17.47 billion,” said Shiwei in the next tweet.

“Indian government’s fake news propaganda debunked”, he said.

This came a few days after India’s ruling party was also called out for posting images of South Korea’s Incheon International Airport as a model of the Jewar Airport.

China accuses India of fabricating reports

Earlier, the Chinese military had accused Indian media of fabricating reports.

Indian media had recently fabricated reports that Chinese soldiers have been detained for “crossing the borderline”, China Daily reported citing a Chinese military source.

A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said he was aware of ‘relevant information’ after reports in Indian media claimed Chinese soldiers had been detained following an altercation with Indian troops in Arunachal Pradesh.

Read more: Former cricketer Wasim Akram debunks fake news of Indian media

The Chinese side said Arunachal Pradesh was part of southern Tibet opposing New Delhi’s claim that the northeastern state was an integral part of India.

 

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