Whistleblower Julian Assange-founded website WikiLeaks Monday said it never endorsed the BJP’s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi as “incorruptible”.
In a series of tweets, WikiLeaks claimed it never said Modi was incorruptible. “Rather he is popular because he is ‘viewed’ as ‘incorruptible’,” WikiLeaks tweeted.
The whistle-blower website’s clarification came in the backdrop of some BJP supporters circulating posters quoting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange saying that “America is scared of Modi because he is incorruptible”.
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The BJP, however, downplayed the WikiLeaks tweets. “We don’t need a certificate from Wikileaks or Assange on Modiji,” BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said.