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Historically Incorrect. 1963 Republic Day parade is a Hoax Story. There are three steps in rewriting history in the 21st century.

A) Upload fabricated news in obscure books, blogs and Wiki.
B) Discuss the fabricated news in SM and repeat it.
C) Get it mainstream.

RSS and the Sangh has been using this image since 2009 to cultivate a story that they have participated in the 1964 Republic day parade
But an brilliant answer in Quora from 2015 destroyed their claim.

I did a search on the Newspapers from 1963. As the Answer in Quora mentions, "No newspapers of 1963 have such news. Even pro RSS dailies have no such news."

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In 2016 @_nehruvian came up with this brilliant thread. The above photo used by the RSS is actually from a 1950 republic day parade.

Both the Quora Answer and @_nehruvian says that the Sangh's role in Sino-India war and subsequent invitation to R-day was also pushed on wikipedia until 2014.

The first entry was added in 2009.
Even the @timesofindia article heading is misleading.

If you open the article, its Ratan Sharda, author and member of RSS’ national media team that claims that RSS was invited. But anyone who doesn't open it will believe the title.

RSS has been using this 1963 republic day parade fabricated news as Propaganda since last 7 years.

Only a senior INC leader speaking against fake news will stop it. Orelse they will repeat this fake news and many will believe it.

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