Congress' Naseem Khan didn't shout pro-Pakistan slogan

In a viral video, Naseem Khan can be seen shouting "Pakistan Zindabad". However, after investigation, it was found that the video has been edited and taken out of context

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In a video which went viral on social media, Congress leader Naseem Khan was seen shouting pro-Pakistan slogans at a rally. However, after investigation, it was found that the video was fake proving that Naseem Khan did not shout “Pakistan Zindabad”.

In the viral video, Naseem Khan is seen saying, “Pakistan Zindabad, if Modiji has courage, if Rajnath Singh has fed on his mother’s milk, file a sedition case”. However, it has been proved that the video has been tempered and edited.

Khan said “Pakistan Zindabad” with reference to Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's remarks. However, in the viral video, that part has been edited. Naseem Khan is contesting the assembly elections in Maharashtra from Chandivali constituency on Congress seat. 

According to media reports, earlier in March 2016, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar had called on for improving Indo-Pakistan relationships saying, "Jai Hind and Pakistan Zindabad"This happened during the World Culture Festival which was held in Delhi. 

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Later, Shankar expressed that why can't these two slogans be shouted together? During this time, Rajnath Singh was also present on the stage. 

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