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Rajasthan's Mahila Congress leader Reena Mimrot wishes Amit Shah to get infected with Coronavirus.

The claim is misleading as Reena Mimrot did not mention Amit Shah in her tweet.

The claim is misleading as Reena Mimrot did not mention Amit Shah in her tweet.A post has gone viral on social media is based on a Tweet posted by Rajasthan's Mahila Congress leader, Reena Mimrot. The tweet reads "Australia’s Home Minister has Corona. India is behind in every aspect. Smirk emoji.” (Translated from Hindi to English).

While the tweet is suggestive, she did not mention any names in her tweet and it is insufficient to conclude that she wishes that India's Home Minister Amit Shah gets infected by the coronavirus.

Newsmobile's fact Check reports the same about Reena Mimrot's tweet.

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