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Few misleading photos are viral Claiming PM Modi’s beach cleaning was staged.

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A set of photos showing people scanning a beach, a film/ad crew shooting on the beach with camera etc is viral claiming to be from the beach where PM Modi was seen picking up garbage, cleaning the beach a day ago.

Karti P Chidambaram tweeted the FIlm/ad crew shooting photo along with PM Modi’s photos with text “Jai Shree Ram!”

Following tweet by Rukshmani Kumari, President All India Professional Congress is deleted now


The film/ad shooting crew photo has been posted by Brijesh Kalappa, a supreme court advocate

He wrote “This is one section of the 25 member crew that shot PM Modi cleaning the five star beach property this morning. Good job guys👏👏”

Following tweet has been retweeted more than 2100 times

Following Facebook Post by Mehbub Rahman has been shared by more than 4000 people



These photos are quite viral, you can find a list at the end of this article


Since the video of PM Modi Ji picking up the trash is viral and real, it’s surely has been taken by a camera, and him being India’s PM, the are might have been scanned earlier for security but the viral photos are not from this event.

Photo 1

This photo is from Kozhikode, April 2019.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is preparing for a show of strength in Kozhikode with the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Kozhikode on Friday.The Hindu


Photo 2

The photo of the ad/film crew shooting is from Scotland. It’s on a website Tayscreen, for media development, film production etc

This photo is probably from Year 2014 for a movie “Railway Man

“Railway Man movie opens

Date: (10/01/2014)

Starring role for locations in Fife and Perthshire Scotland in new Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman film of the true story by Eric Lomax

Filmed during 2012, The Railway Man premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival and goes on general release today. The production used many locations in Scotland including Perth Station and the city‘s Station Hotel and in Fife, North Queensferry by the Forth Bridges and picturesque St. Monans fishing village.”


Another photo of the same beach


We couldn’t find the origin, location and date of third photo.


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