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An old video from Israel is being shared with a false narrative mocking Indian army

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India: A video is going viral across social media which takes a dig at the Indian army, mocking the armed forces. A Facebook page “J&K update 24×7”, shared a video in which a soldier gets knocked over by a rolling tire while trying to kick it. The video was shared with a caption, “Indian forces with border area”,  and it has garnered almost 2.4k likes and 1.3k shares on Facebook. The video was also viral in WhatsApp groups. (Archive)

Indian forces with border area😁😁😁😀😀😝😝 like this page

Posted by J&K update 24×7 on Thursday, June 25, 2020

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A simple reverse image search led us to multiple YouTube videos from different sources. The video can also be found in DailyMotion. The incident happened in June 2014, in Israel when the Israel armed forces were trying to control a riot between them and the Palestinian protesters.  

A YouTube channel, “polster2”  also shared this video on June 7, 2014.

Conclusion: It is evident that the incident happened in Israel, on June 2014 and has nothing to do with the Indian Army or Jammu and Kashmir border area. The claim is misleading, fake and made intentionally to disrespect the Indian armed forces in a public platform. We request the audience to verify the sources before posting or sharing content across social media. 

ClaimReview: Indian Army soldier at border area knocked down by a rolling tire. 

Claim By : Facebook Page, J&K update 24×7.

Fact Check By Facto News: FALSE

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Viral photo of ‘Burnol Ad on AajTak’ during Bhoomi Pujan is morphed

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Social Media: Bhoomi Pujan of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya was live telecasted by all major news channels. A purported image of a news channel, AajTak juxtaposing Burnol ad during the coverage of PM Modi in Bhoomi Pooja went viral. Many political leaders and their followers have shares this image through their official handles.

This is not the first time Dr. Sambit Patra has been caught spreading a lie, we have debunked many of his lies here. He was also one among the thousands who shared this morphed photo. (Archive)

Rishi Bagree, A relentless purveyor of misinformation(Read AltNews report) has also shared this edited picture on his Facebook page, which garnered over a thousand shares. Many people in the comments section have called out this photo fake, but he didn’t delete it. (Archive) .

Find more viral tweets here,

“Aaj Tak Burnol” keyword was searched the highest number of times on 5th AUG. We can see the keyword was searched most at 3:30 PM on 5th August.

Interest over time: Numbers represent search interest relative to the highest point on the chart for the given region and time. A value of 100 is the peak popularity for the term. A value of 50 means that the term is half as popular. A score of 0 means that there was not enough data for this term.

By looking at the above-trend we can imagine how viral that keyword was and it’s still being searched even today.

FactO Check:

The viral photo was edited smartly. Looks like an old screenshot was used to put Bhoomi Poojan photo on top of it to make it viral. We analyzed the photo and found that the right top and left top corners were missing on the viral photos.

The photo went so viral that AajTak has to clarify that they didn’t run any such ads during Live telecast of Bhoomi poojan at Ayodhya on 5th AUG 2020.

Conclusion: The viral picture shared by BJP spokesperson and BJP supporters is found to be fake.

ClaimReview: AajTak running Burnol ad during Ram Mandir Bhoomi Poojan in Ayodhya

Claim By: Sambit Patra

Fact Check By Facto News: FALSE

 

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Not just Hospital, Waqf Board is also going to build a Mosque, Research Centre and a Library at 5-acre land in Ayodhya

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Uttar Pradesh: In an unanimous verdict, the supreme court had determined that the disputed land should be given to Hindus for a temple to Lord Ram, while Muslims would be given land elsewhere to construct a mosque. It then directed the federal government to set up a trust to manage and oversee the construction of the temple. Based on the court’s direction, Uttar Pradesh govt. had allotted 5 acres of land to UP Sunni waqf board in Ayodhya. As Bhoomi pooja at Ayodhya Ram Janmbhoomi site was completed on 5th August, a claim that Uttar Pradesh Sunni Waqf board has decided to build just a hospital at the given land, went viral.

Dr. Anand Rai tweeted that the Babri Masjid action committee has decided to build a hospital at the 5-acre land allotted to them by the Supreme court. In the second tweet, he also mentioned that Dr. Kafeel might be made director of this hospital. (Archive)

This claim went viral after several people on Twitter have trended “MAKE HOSPITAL ON THAT 5 ACRES!” message.

Along with this, several social media users have claimed that Dr. Kafeel Khan (who is now arrested) will be the director of the hospital that is going to be built on the land. Multiple users on social media have shared the claim. Archive

Ayodhya me 5 Acre per Masjid ke sath Hospital bhi tayyar hoga…jis ke zimmedar Dr. Kafeel Khan honge…In-sha-Allah🙏🇮🇳

Posted by Aimim news on Friday, August 7, 2020

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Uttar Pradesh Sunni Waqf Board was given 5 acres of land in Ayodhya by the supreme court in Sep 2019. UP Suni Waqf board has accepted the land on FEB 2020 and decided to build a mosque as well as an Indo-Islamic research center, a hospital, and a library on the five-acre plot allotted to it by the Supreme Court (Reported IANS).

Responding to the social media claims, Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board  issued a press note dated 7th AUG 2020 and clarified that they are going to build a Mosque, a Cultural and research center, and public utility facilities which will include a community kitchen, a hospital, and a library at Dhannipur village, Ayodhya

Conclusion: According to the news source and press note released by Sunni Waqf Board, it is clear that the board is not going to build just a hospital but a Mosque, a cultural and research center, and public utility facilities which will include a community kitchen, a hospital, and a library. The board has also denied the news that Kafeel Khan will be the director of the hospital.

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No, India Post didn’t launch Ramayan series postal stamps today, it was launched in 2017

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New Delhi: A photo of India postage stamps on Lord Ram is going viral across social media. A tweet posted by KavitaM a twitter user, followed by PM Narendra Modi, posted the picture of Indian postal stamps with the caption “New stamps released by the PM today. ” on the 24th of July. So far the tweet has received over 1400 RT and 5K likes.

Claim: New stamps released by the PM today. (Archive)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is also tweeted by other users. Please find them here. We also found the claim viral on Facebook with the same caption.

More such posts can be found here.

FactO Check:

It’s true that India Post has Postal stamps on Lord Ram, but that was not launched recently by PM Narendra Modi. With a simple keyword search, we found a govt website link with the announcement of launching stamps on ‘RAMAYANA’ published on 22nd SEP 2017.

We also found tweets by BJP official handle dated back to 22nd Sep 2017 about PM Modi releases postal stamps on Ramayana in Varanasi. While launching these stamps, “There have been many stamps on Lord Ram, but this is the first of its kind stamp, which depicts different aspects of his life,” PM Modi said.

There are multiple news articles published by multiple media houses in 2017 on the same. NDTV, DNA News.

Conclusion: Viral claim posted by KavitaM (who’s followed by PM Narendra Modi) is found to be misleading The stamp was launched in 2017 and not in this month.

ClaimReview:New stamps on Lard Ram was released by the PM today.

Claim By : Social Media users

Fact Check By Facto News: FALSE

 

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