A 15-second video is going viral on social media. In the video, some people dressed in army uniforms were shouting violent slogans. While sharing this video, users started claiming that army personnel is raising slogans against BJP and RSS. Facebook user Priya Banga has made the same claim while posting this video.
Videos being shared with fake photos of India Army
A Tik-Tok video has been shared in the article. Here’s why no slogans were raised against the BJP in this video. The Tik-Tok video has also been embedded in the article. But we can’t see it because the Indian government banned Tik Tok in June 2020.
The caption and hashtag of the post embedded in the article can be seen. Slogans were not raised against BJP or RSS. Rather, the people who were seen in army dress had raised these slogans – “Shoot the traitors of the country, those who are not, wear bangles in your hands.” You can watch the tick-talk video below.
In addition, a keyword search found some photos shared on Facebook. A closer look reveals that the person seen in these pictures is also seen in the viral video who is draped with the Indian flag. These pictures were posted by Chauhan Vishal on Facebook on 16 February 2019.
Below are the similarities seen in the TikTok video and the picture found on Facebook
1) The person holding the Indian flag
2) This person is wearing yellow flowers around his neck.
On checking Vishal Chauhan’s Facebook timeline, we found a video posted on February 16, 2019. This video is like a viral video. In this video too, slogans are being raised like the Tik Tok video – “Jo Nahi hai Saath me Churi Pehno Haath Mein”.
Overall, the video of the rally in Haridwar in memory of Indian soldiers martyred in Pulwama in 2019 was edited to falsely claim that people belonging to the army were raising slogans against BJP, RSS.
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