Madhu Kishwar posts anti-India Islamic rally video, booked for spreading fake news – kolkata

The Kolkata Police on Monday registered a case towards Delhi-based educational and rights activist Madhu Purnima Kishwar for tweeting a video of an Islamic rally in Bangladesh and claiming that it happened in Kolkata.

The video reveals hundreds of members of the Muslim neighborhood participating in an enormous roadshow within the coronary heart of a metropolis with a track enjoying within the background. The Bengali lyrics clearly check with Bangladesh and a number of other flags of the nation and policemen in riot gear can be seen within the 1.42 minute clip.

“Hindustan (India) will not find its place because it has taken a stand against Islam…” a part of the lyrics say.

Kishwar, who tweeted the video on Sunday night time, wrote, “In Kolkatta.”

A primary info report (FIR) has been drawn towards Kishwar, mentioned Murlidhar Sharma, joint commissioner (crime) of the Kolkata Police. The Information Technology cell of the detective division offers with instances like these.

Marking Kishwar’s tweet as fake, the Kolkata Police tweeted, “#FakeNewsAlert A video clip from Bangladesh is being falsely claimed to be from Kolkata. Legal action initiated.”

Kishwar’s put up was retweeted 2,681 occasions and drew 4,385 replies until 3 pm on Monday.

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Noted Supreme Court lawyer and activist Prashant Bhushan retweeted the put up of the Kolkata Police. “Great. These fake news & hate news spreaders must be brought to account. This lady is a serial offender,” he wrote.

“We strongly condemn this spreading of fake news. No matter how hard people may try, the secular fabric of West Bengal cannot be destroyed,” mentioned Trinamool Congress Lok Sabha member and occasion spokesperson Saugata Roy.

Kishwar had been in news prior to now for posting controversial movies from Bangladesh and claiming that the incidents happened in India.

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