Bharatiya Janata Party posts photo of Congress leader on its official website 

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Jammu | June 11, 2016 7:40 AM

In an embarrassment to the BJP state unit, its information technology cell has uploaded the picture of a senior Congress leader in place of a photograph of a party leader on the official website.

Repeated attempts to contact the party spokesmen for comment were futile. (PTI)Repeated attempts to contact the party spokesmen for comment were futile. (PTI)

In an embarrassment to the BJP state unit, its information technology cell has uploaded the picture of a senior Congress leader in place of a photograph of a party leader on the official website.

The website of the BJP state unit had uploaded a news item regarding the Minister for Forest and Environment Choudhary Lal Singh but the picture carried was that of senior Congress leader and former minister R S Chib in which he was addressing a group of women.

The text of the news says Singh today interacted with a gathering in Katra town of Reasi district after inspecting a forest nursery.

It says Singh took a serious note of the recent incidents of forest fire in the Trikuta hills of Vaishno Devi shrine and asked the officials concerned to take adequate measures to combat forest fire.

Repeated attempts to contact the party spokesmen for comment were futile.

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