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Bizarre Tweets Promote BJP's CAA Helpline With Free Bootycalls And Netflix Subscription

Twitter users pointed out random tweets promoting the toll-free number with promises of free data, sex and Netflix.

The Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) social media campaign to garner support for the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) came under fire last Saturday as Twitter users pointed out random tweets promoting the toll-free number with promises of free data, sex and Netflix.

Twitter users were quick to point out that the number is a toll-free number launched by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), on which people can register their support in favour of the pro-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) campaign by giving a missed call. The number was launched by the party on January 2, 2020, which was also tweeted by Home Minister Amit Shah asking people to give a missed call to show their support for the CAA.

Tweets that read "Call me right now, I'm free" with the number written below it started popping up in large numbers. Other tweets had messages like "Call this number for a Netflix subscription. Offer valid only for first 100 callers."

To the misfortune of those trying to spread the messages regarding Netflix subscriptions, the twitter account of Netflix India came to the rescue to clarify that the entire scheme is false. The account tweeted - " This is absolutely fake. If you want free Netflix please use someone else's account like the rest of us."

This reply from Netflix brought the fake scheme to the notice of a lot of people, and soon a compilation of images of these false tweets of booty calls and Netflix was going viral. Those protesting the CAA pointed out that the BJP could go to any length to spread their propaganda, even to the extent of creating fake booty calls for the horny men of twitter.

Another weird connection Twitters users made was that these accounts that tweeted the number under false pretences were all followed by the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Not soon after this came into the public eye, Amit Shah, the Home Minister, claimed that the ruling party's outreach on CAA received a positive response. 

He stated that the number had got 52.7 lakh missed calls overall, and it did not take too long for Twitter users to start trolling. Twitter was abuzz with tweets like "They only called because you promised them sex, now give it to them, they deserve it."

Another Twitter user pointed out how 52.7 lakhs is a very small number of people when compared to the population of India, and how boasting about the same is shameful.

As protests mobilize around the country, people have been finding many issues with the way BJP is trying to garner support or prove a point with respect to the CAA. Twitter has been policing the BJP IT Cell and making sure to fact check everything. This ploy for the BJP seems to have failed, thanks to the Twitterati.

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Bizarre Tweets Promote BJP's CAA Helpline With Free Bootycalls And Netflix Subscription

Twitter users pointed out random tweets promoting the toll-free number with promises of free data, sex and Netflix.

The Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) social media campaign to garner support for the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) came under fire last Saturday as Twitter users pointed out random tweets promoting the toll-free number with promises of free data, sex and Netflix.

Twitter users were quick to point out that the number is a toll-free number launched by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), on which people can register their support in favour of the pro-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) campaign by giving a missed call. The number was launched by the party on January 2, 2020, which was also tweeted by Home Minister Amit Shah asking people to give a missed call to show their support for the CAA.

Tweets that read "Call me right now, I'm free" with the number written below it started popping up in large numbers. Other tweets had messages like "Call this number for a Netflix subscription. Offer valid only for first 100 callers."

To the misfortune of those trying to spread the messages regarding Netflix subscriptions, the twitter account of Netflix India came to the rescue to clarify that the entire scheme is false. The account tweeted - " This is absolutely fake. If you want free Netflix please use someone else's account like the rest of us."

This reply from Netflix brought the fake scheme to the notice of a lot of people, and soon a compilation of images of these false tweets of booty calls and Netflix was going viral. Those protesting the CAA pointed out that the BJP could go to any length to spread their propaganda, even to the extent of creating fake booty calls for the horny men of twitter.

Another weird connection Twitters users made was that these accounts that tweeted the number under false pretences were all followed by the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Not soon after this came into the public eye, Amit Shah, the Home Minister, claimed that the ruling party's outreach on CAA received a positive response. 

He stated that the number had got 52.7 lakh missed calls overall, and it did not take too long for Twitter users to start trolling. Twitter was abuzz with tweets like "They only called because you promised them sex, now give it to them, they deserve it."

Another Twitter user pointed out how 52.7 lakhs is a very small number of people when compared to the population of India, and how boasting about the same is shameful.

As protests mobilize around the country, people have been finding many issues with the way BJP is trying to garner support or prove a point with respect to the CAA. Twitter has been policing the BJP IT Cell and making sure to fact check everything. This ploy for the BJP seems to have failed, thanks to the Twitterati.

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Bizarre Tweets Promote BJP's CAA Helpline With Free Bootycalls And Netflix Subscription

Twitter users pointed out random tweets promoting the toll-free number with promises of free data, sex and Netflix.

The Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) social media campaign to garner support for the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) came under fire last Saturday as Twitter users pointed out random tweets promoting the toll-free number with promises of free data, sex and Netflix.

Twitter users were quick to point out that the number is a toll-free number launched by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), on which people can register their support in favour of the pro-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) campaign by giving a missed call. The number was launched by the party on January 2, 2020, which was also tweeted by Home Minister Amit Shah asking people to give a missed call to show their support for the CAA.

Tweets that read "Call me right now, I'm free" with the number written below it started popping up in large numbers. Other tweets had messages like "Call this number for a Netflix subscription. Offer valid only for first 100 callers."

To the misfortune of those trying to spread the messages regarding Netflix subscriptions, the twitter account of Netflix India came to the rescue to clarify that the entire scheme is false. The account tweeted - " This is absolutely fake. If you want free Netflix please use someone else's account like the rest of us."

This reply from Netflix brought the fake scheme to the notice of a lot of people, and soon a compilation of images of these false tweets of booty calls and Netflix was going viral. Those protesting the CAA pointed out that the BJP could go to any length to spread their propaganda, even to the extent of creating fake booty calls for the horny men of twitter.

Another weird connection Twitters users made was that these accounts that tweeted the number under false pretences were all followed by the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Not soon after this came into the public eye, Amit Shah, the Home Minister, claimed that the ruling party's outreach on CAA received a positive response. 

He stated that the number had got 52.7 lakh missed calls overall, and it did not take too long for Twitter users to start trolling. Twitter was abuzz with tweets like "They only called because you promised them sex, now give it to them, they deserve it."

Another Twitter user pointed out how 52.7 lakhs is a very small number of people when compared to the population of India, and how boasting about the same is shameful.

As protests mobilize around the country, people have been finding many issues with the way BJP is trying to garner support or prove a point with respect to the CAA. Twitter has been policing the BJP IT Cell and making sure to fact check everything. This ploy for the BJP seems to have failed, thanks to the Twitterati.

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