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Congress family scion and esteemed figure in the party Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra was shown by Jitendra Patwari,

State President of the Madhya Pradesh Congress, as being attended by a sizable audience in a false image posted on Twitter.

This was brought up by several social media users in comments on Jitendra Patwari's tweet.

The image was a stock photo that was initially taken in Nigeria rather than during the Congress party's Bharat Jodo Yatra, as noted by Twitter user Lala (@FabulasGuy).

OpIndia also reverse-searched the image and found that it is not a photo of Congress’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. The image was captured in Nigeria during the Azusa Street Revival crusade.

As can be seen, the background items were digitally added after the floodlights in the original image were removed.

A crucial sequence of Christian revival meetings took place in Los Angeles, California, during the Azusa Street Revival. William J. Seymour, an African-American pastor, served as its leader.

The Congress has a long history of making up information and presenting it as fact in an effort to save its leaders and the floundering Congress party.

Recent claims by Congress that Rahul Gandhi is more popular than Prime Minister Narendra Modi are based on a fabricated poll conducted by the TV channel Aaj Tak.

The Congress scion's approval rating is 52%, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi's approval rating is 46%, according to the "photoshopped study."