Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an interview with News Nation gave a ‘Cloud Theory.’ He said that there are clouds, it’s raining, so there is a benefit that we can escape the radar. In the same interview, the Prime Minister even claimed using digital cams and Emails back in 1988.
Prime Minister said he was one of first few to have use electronic mail (email), back in 1988. He also said that he used the digital camera in 1988 and clicked the picture of veteran BJP leader LK Advani.
This man is an incredible liar, digital camera in 1988, email in Mumbai in 1988. Man says whatever comes to his head. pic.twitter.com/Fd0bZytS9D
— Bottomlinesman🦉 (@chulbulThurram) May 12, 2019
While Emails in India was officially introduced in 1995, but Indian Prime Minister was the only one to use it in 1988. After his claims, PM is on the list of oppositions, an economist and on trollers list as well.
PM #Modi claims to have used a digital camera in 1998 when the first digicam was introduced in 1990.
He used email in 1988 when email came to India in 1995.
Modiji is a compulsive liar, whose lies don’t even have a remote semblance to facts! https://t.co/MfBaS5T0sJ
— Nitish Kumar Singh (@NitishKumarSi17) May 13, 2019
I went to the US in 1993. AOL was the dominant player. It started as an internet service provider in early 90s. We used to go to university to use email (DOS based). 1988? This is so embarrassing for India. #Feku https://t.co/KQfdYGGmmG
— Salman Anees Soz (@SalmanSoz) May 12, 2019
— Kapil (@kapsology) May 12, 2019
In any event, if Modi was actually using emails in 1987/88 making him one of the very few privileged Indians to have done so, he owes a huge thanks to his apparent opponent in this election, the late Rajiv Gandhi, and his then advisor @sampitroda 😂
— Rupa Subramanya (@rupasubramanya) May 13, 2019
The first digital camera to actually go on sale was the 1990 Dycam Model 1. A grey version was marketed as the Logitech Fotoman.
But Modi has it in 1988. He also had email service though internet was introduced in India on 14 August 1995.
— Shahid Akhtar (@shahidakhtar) May 12, 2019
The first commercial production digital camera went on sale in 1990. In 1987, Modi had a digital camera. Surely must have been this prototype. pic.twitter.com/H7b8FMclha
— Divider Pre💤 Verde ℠ (@PresidentVerde) May 13, 2019
Read: Twitter Hilariously Troll Prime Minister After His Plane Can Escape Radar Due To Cloud Comment
Narendra Modi emailing his first packet in 1988 via ARPANET on a cloudless day. pic.twitter.com/gUhEWHKsOn
— Amitabh Dubey (@dubeyamitabh) May 13, 2019
A riveting (56?) story collection, coming soon!
Contributions welcome. pic.twitter.com/zJ6NZpUJt9
— Rakesh Sharma (@rakeshfilm) April 28, 2019
@PMOIndia ke paas batwa nahi tha (kyunki paise nahi the!) lekin 1988 mein digital camera aur email tha?
All of this would be really funny if it weren’t so embarrassing. A PM who’ll literally say ANYTHING that comes to his mind can’t possibly be trusted with our national security https://t.co/pmoGNQQtHi
— Asaduddin Owaisi (@asadowaisi) May 12, 2019
Bhakts be like… pic.twitter.com/kuAZYFPYUx
— MN Wasif (@MNWasif) May 12, 2019
— Radarendra Mudi (@Chatri_Wala) May 12, 2019
Lekin aap toh gareeb the na.. To aapke paas pehla Digital camera..kaise matlab..@kunalkamra88 please help
— Pyaarelal (@Pyaarelal2) May 12, 2019
I have invented the digital camera.
Haters will say its fake pic.twitter.com/exdCLQFsIb
— Narendra DamoRADAR Modi (@kekdakavi) May 13, 2019
He sent everything to cloud storage for future use. #EntireCloudScience
— #DestroyTheAadhaar TwiLightOFTheGODS (@CryoPerSea) May 13, 2019
— Uttar Pradesh Congress Sevadal (@SevadalUP) May 13, 2019