No Meat ban By UP government! Kisne Feka Ye fake news ka bomb?
Here are the major 3 kisne fake news that went viral this week. Viral Claim that disrupts communal harmony of India!
No ban on meat shops by the UP Government!
Kisne feka: Anita Singh, principal secretary (UP Food and Drug Administration)
Foolproof news: Despite the state government clarifying that meat shops are not to be closed during the ongoing festival Chaitra Navratri (April 2 to 10), several municipalities in UP have banned meat shops during the nine-day festival. Navneet Sehgal, additional chief secretary, information, said the Uttar Pradesh government has not ordered meat shops to be closed during the nine-day Navratri festival.
Muslim Youth Grabbed police offer mouth over Karauli violence
Kisne feka: An image of a youth assaulting a police officer goes viral on social media. A man holding a traffic policeman's jaw can be seen with a fierce expression on his face. According to the viral image, the youth is a Muslim from Rajasthan. This comes after violence erupted in s Karauli, Rajasthan. The stone-pelting incident was witnessed in the Hatwara market during a bike rally taken out by Hindu organizations on Nav Samvatsar (Hindu New Year).
Foolproof news: The viral claim is false. A report of lion express dated May 28 2016, in which the viral image can be seen. According to the report, the traffic problem increased due to the movement of handcarts in the Ghantaghar (clock tower) area of Jodhpur. The city of Jodhpur had declared Ghantaghar a no-carrying zone by running an encroachment drive. Head constable Shobharam had arrived there with two companions to improve the traffic system in Ghantaghar.
Muslim Army chanting 'Allahu Akbar' slogans
Kisne feka: An online video of a marching procession has become viral. Some social media users claim that the viral video shows a "Muslim army" marching through Kerala. This video shows a procession of people in military outfits marching to a beat. The people in blue uniforms seem to be carrying a banner with texts on it, and shouts of 'Allahu Akbar' can be heard in the video.
Foolproof news: The viral claim is false. Unity March and Popular Front of India are terms used in this context. Video taken by the party's members shows them wearing blue uniforms. The banner reads, "Popular Front of India Unity March."
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