Chennai, Dec 4: Narendra Modi's one photo has created a new controversy which forced Press Information Bureau (PIB) to delete the photo from its website.
PIB earlier uploaded one photo in which the Prime Minister was seen in a helicopter during an aerial survey of flood-hit Chennai. The controversy hit PIB as the Photoshop of the pic had gone terribly wrong.
Modi on Thursday, Dec 3 visited flood-hit areas of Chennai, its suburbs and Kanchipuram and Tiruvallur districts.
In the picture, houses submerged in water were seen clearly which created confusion among Twitterati. However, many were sure that it was a case of wrong editing.
The photo had gone viral on micro-blogging site Twitter and after facing lots of criticism, PIB finally deleted the photo.
Photoshop Gujarat Model successfully implemented at Centre. PIB tweets Photoshop pictures. Well Done !! pic.twitter.com/FMzezWM6Cy— Vinod Mehta (@DrunkVinodMehta) December 3, 2015
Amazing. It's not as if the PM didn't go visit Chennai so why the heck resort to Photoshopping images!!! https://t.co/MEt6ol8O59— Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) December 3, 2015