The photo is from May 2019, when BJP leaders held a silent protest against Amit Shah’s roadshow violence in Kolkata.
S Jaishankar’s images with foreign dignitaries shown in the viral video were captured before he went into isolation.
We found that the ECI does not collect or share information based on the religion and caste of voters.
The video is being shared on WhatsApp to falsely claim that it shows the current situation in West Bengal.
A source said that the tankers supplied from Saudi Arabia and other countries were empty containers.
The man seen in the viral images is Augusto Cabrera, a master chef turned entrepreneur at Town Hall restaurant.
The claim along with the video states that it shows how BJP worker Uttam Ghosh was beaten to death by TMC workers.
The lineman, one Anuj Kumar, was thrashed as he refused to repair a cable inside a house without permission.
The images are not recent and date back to at least August 2020.
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The video is from Bangladesh’s Bhola district and not West Bengal, as claimed.
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We found that the video is from Andhra Pradesh’s Srikakulam district and is being falsely linked to West Bengal.
Doctors said that putting lemon drops in the nose will not cure COVID-19 and that it can adversely impact people.
We found that the incident took place in Bangladesh’s Chittagong in November 2020.
The BJP has now issued a statement and clarified that “Banerjee’s photo was erroneously included in the video”.
We spoke to police officers and local reporter who said that none of the people who have been arrested are Muslims.
The RBI Governor was talking about IMF’s projections and was not giving a timeline of vaccine roll out.
We found that the video was altered and a different audio overlay was added to create a false narrative.
The process of burning does not produce oxygen, rather it consumes it.
Several incidents of violence have been reported from West Bengal after results were announced on 2 May.
We found that the video is from January 2021 and the incident took place in Odisha’s Bhadrak district.
As per doctors and healthcare experts, the tiny particles seen on masks are fibre threads, not worms.
Health experts have said that trials of 5G networks have no relation with the spread of COVID-19.
The villagers were attacking cops who had come to stop a fair taking place amid COVID lockdown protocols.