Narendra Modi is about to visit Bihar. To prepare the ground, his government puts out full-page ads in local dailies saying that "Muslims in Gujarat enjoy better education, and employment opportunities, financial stability, health facilities and infrastructure."
Questions: Better than what? What about Hindus in Gujarat, do they enjoy the same better facilities? If so, is there such an ad too that refers to them? Why would a government issue an ad referring to one particular religion?
Questions apart. You can see the ad in the link above, but you can see it more clearly at the top of the report on this page. Note the three photographs (besides Modi's face) in the ad; note especially the top right one. You'd assume that since they appear in an ad saying Muslims enjoy better things in Gujarat, those photos were shot in Gujarat, right?
Wrong. As the same report indicates, that particular shot was shot in Azamgarh, UP. It was part of a report published last November (see last photo there).
Question: Why would the Gujarat government support a claim about how things are better for Muslims in Gujarat with a photo shot in UP?