The viral picture showing Alka Lamba pointing to Congress symbol on her t-shirt is photoshopped. She was actually pointing to the Indian flag on her t-shirt.
A picture of congress leader Alka Lamba is getting viral on social media in which she is seen pointing to the Congress party's election symbol on her T-shirt.
A Twitter user name Squirrel of Ram shared the photo with a caption "Lamba madam knows that no one will try to press the claw on EVM's. Such obscene propaganda should be banned during the election. The election commission should take immediate cognizance".
The tweet received 317 likes and 164 retweets at the time of writing this article.
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In the investigation, we found that the picture of Alka Lamba was photoshopped. In the original picture, Alka Lamba's T-shirt does not have a congress symbol but a badge of the Indian flag.
Alka Lamba had herself tweeted this picture on the occasion of Independence day on 15 August this year. She had shared some other photos along with the viral picture. In these pictures too, the Indian flag is inscribed on her t-shirt.
Here is the comparison of the two pictures.
After trolled by many users, Alka Lamba expressed her concern over women's safety in her recent tweet. Her tweet reads "Illiterate poor Bhakts are spreading indecency by tampering one of my photos. On this, I just want to say that these are the same people whose mother, sisters and other women of the house shut doors from inside while they sleep because of fear. They will not even leave them.".
In conclusion, the viral picture showing Alka Lamba pointing to Congress symbol on her t-shirt is photoshopped. She was actually pointing to the Indian flag on her t-shirt.
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