#ArnabDidIt: Twitter Explodes Over Arnab-Rajdeep Spat

From standing up to Mughals to making it alive out of the World Trade Centre, Arnab did it all. Or so it seems.

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From raising a red flag over the German Reichstag in 1945 to making it alive out of the World Trade Centre, Arnab Goswani did it all. Or so it seems. The internet cannot move over Arnab lying about covering the Gujarat riots of 2002.

Rajdeep Sardesai called out his former colleague Arnab Goswami by tweeting a video from two years ago where Arnab claimed that the car in which he was traveling was attacked near the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s residence.

Sardesai tweeted the link of the YouTube video titled "Arnab Goswami talking on Gujarat Riot", and said: “Wow! My friend Arnab claims his car attacked next to CM Res in Guj riots! Truth:he wasn't covering Ahmedabad riots!! (sic)”

And then of course #Arnabdidit became the top trend. Check out what all Arnab claimed to do!

#ArnabDidIt: Twitter Explodes Over Arnab-Rajdeep Spat
(Photo: The Quint/Abhishek Ranjan)
#ArnabDidIt: Twitter Explodes Over Arnab-Rajdeep Spat
(Photo: The Quint/Abhishek Ranjan)
#ArnabDidIt: Twitter Explodes Over Arnab-Rajdeep Spat
(Photo: The Quint/Abhishek Ranjan)
#ArnabDidIt: Twitter Explodes Over Arnab-Rajdeep Spat
(Photo: The Quint/Abhishek Ranjan)
#ArnabDidIt: Twitter Explodes Over Arnab-Rajdeep Spat
(Photo: The Quint/Abhishek Ranjan)

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