A UK-based news portal named TNN World whose articles were used by senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal to peddle EVM conspiracy theories has now changed its business model to now sell erotic massages, India Today has reported.
In the run up to the Lok Sabha polls, Sibal is said to have shared various articles from this news website to peddle EVM conspiracy theories and criticise demonetisation.
Sibal was joined by his party and opposition colleagues Ghulam Nabi Azad, Sharad Yadav, Hemant Soren and others at a joint press conference in New Delhi on 26 March to share TNN World’s sting operation which allegedly showed a BJP leader accepting banned Rs 500, Rs 1,000 notes for a 40 per cent commission.
Sibal subsequently held a couple of press conference using other TNN News stories despite their authenticity being questioned. The TNN organisation had also shared live broadcasts alleging mass EVM manipulation in the country.
Come 29 April, the sole director of TNN (Tri Colour News Network Ltd) called Dina Bicin decided to launch Eva's Tantric Massage, a massage service which promises "intimate sensual massage promising a prolonged sexual pleasure" in its London centres.
The TNN World website though continued to publish EVM Manipulation conspiracies till 3 June but went offline since then.
After the March press conference by opposition leaders, Senior BJP leader and Union Cabinet Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had claimed a Congress hand behind the website, and added that the party planned to close it after the elections,
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