I-PAC alleged BJP for revealing a fake survey using the company's name

In West Bengal, I-PAC, a company of Trinamool Congress electoral strategist Prashant Kishore, has alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is carrying out fake surveys in its name. In a statement issued by the Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC), the survey has been called fake and said that the saffron party is using it to keep the spirits of the activists high. The company has also stated that no computer in the I-PAC uses the desktop.



The fake survey. Source: Twitter


"Looking at the defeat, the Bengal BJP has gone down to such a level that it is using fake surveys in the name of I-PAC to boost the morale of its workers," the company said. Nobody uses a desktop in the I-PAC, so at least be smart in making fake surveys/reports. ''


This alleged survey has gone viral on social media, in which Mamata Banerjee is reported to have lost from Nandigram's seat. The ruling Trinamool Congress too called it fake and said that like the BJP leaders and their promises, the credibility of this document is also zero.


After the incident, TMC tweeted, “BJP IS LOSING BIG IN NANDIGRAM! Anticipating a huge loss, @BJP4Bengal has resorted to doing what it does best- SPREAD FAKE NEWS! This document is fake & has ZERO credibility, just like BJP’s leaders & promises! Circulating such fake reports won’t work!”

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