The past week Indian social media witnessed a majority of false and misleading claims related to the upcoming State Assembly elections in five states. Additionally, a pamphlet related to the COVID-19 vaccine perpetuating false claims in regards to diabetics, people with neurological conditions, and those consuming alcohol went viral earlier this week.
Edited Image of Amit Shah And AIMIM’s Asaduddin Owaisi Shared To Mislead Users Amid State Election Season
An old photograph of Shah meeting with Punjab’s CM Amarinder Singh and another image of Owaisi at a three-year-old meeting have been edited to create this new viral image to mislead readers amid upcoming State elections.
COVID-19 Vaccine Related Pamphlet By Biswaroop Chaudhary Includes False And Misleading Claims
COVID-19 vaccine claims made in the viral pamphlet are misleading and false. No advisory by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare nor any factsheets by the vaccine companies support the claims related to people with diabetes or those who smoke or virgins.
Edited Video Of AIUDF’s Badruddin Ajmal Shared Ahead Of Assam’s Assembly Elections To Mislead Voters
AIUDF’s President, Badruddin Ajmal, did not make a statement on making India an Islamic nation. The edited video clip has been sourced from a 15-minute video of Ajmal in Barpeta during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Fake Letter From Modi To Adityanath For Contribution To Hindu Rashtra Surfaces Online
Our research makes it clear that the letter from PM Modi to UP’s CM Yogi Adityanath congratulating him for his contribution to the Hindu Rashtra is fake. The official fact-checking handle of the government of Uttar Pradesh clarified the same.
Congress’ Assam Bachao Did In Fact Post Images Of Tea Gardens From Taiwan, Himanta Sarma’s Claim True
Congress’ official Facebook campaign page Assam Bachao did in fact post two images of tea gardens from Taiwan and falsely attributed them to Assam. BJP’s Himanta Biswa Sarma’s tweets pointing this out are true.
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