- A morphed photo of Lalu Yadav's Patna rally sparked buzz online
- Lalu Yadav had posted the image from his official Twitter account today
- It appeared to be digitally altered to show a larger crowd than real
But what sparked the buzz online from the "BJP bhagao desh bachao" rally was a morphed picture shared by Lalu Yadav on Twitter. The image appeared to have been digitally altered to show a larger crowd than real.
Within moments of Mr Yadav posting the picture, social media users started pointing out the goof. "Scam" references taking digs at the corruption-tainted leader followed.
All people are wearing same dress .. definetly photo shop— बंटाधार बाबू (@bantadharbabu) August 27, 2017
Today in Patna, thanks to Photoshop, Lalu Yadav and his illustrious progeny demonetised the crowd.— SUHEL SETH (@suhelseth) August 27, 2017
Sarcasm made an appearance as well
Only haters will say this is Photoshop.— तिरंगा (@iamraj_offical) August 27, 2017
I knw this crowd is real ppl evn came from Africa, yuganda and timbaktu alsohttps://t.co/ffbc5bIrwr
Either give Rs 2000 and get huge crowd or photoshop the pic.
Lalu Yadav photoshopped the pic with Rs 2000 note filter.
Smart chap pic.twitter.com/Pae4MNoX3Q— Baba Krishan Kabir (@Vishj05) August 27, 2017
Photoshop invented by Modi Ji in 2013-14 and successfully grab by all political parties.— adah (@SlinkyFeline_) August 27, 2017
Some even offered help to the leader who recently ended alliance with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. They shared images they thought were photoshopped better.