This article is from Feb 14, 2021

Pulwama attack memorial day: A collection of rumours circulated in 2019!

More than 40 soldiers were killed in a terrorist attack on Indian CRPF troops in Pulwama area of ​​Kashmir. Two years after the Pulwama attack, the Indian people are paying tribute to the fallen soldiers on Memorial Day today.

In this case, social media users in WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, including social networking sites are posting as a way of paying tribute. The hashtag #PulwamaAttack is trending on Twitter.

However, in some posts including WhatsApp, they are also sharing the false video captioning as it was spread during the 2019 attack. Therefore, we have published this as a collection of false videos, photos and rumours spread regarding the Pulwama attack in 2019.

Read more: Is it the last-minute videos of the Pulwama attack?

Both videos went viral in India, as the last minutes of the Pulwama attack. However, the first video was shot in Egypt and the second in Iraq.

Read more: Are images spreading like coffins of dead soldiers real?

The coffins of the soldiers who lost their lives in the Pulwama attack were photographed and the two photos went viral. However, the first photo was taken in 2017 and the second photo was taken in 2011. Similarly, it was rumoured that Prime Minister Modi looked at the camera and bowed in front of the coffins of the late soldiers.

Read more:  Photo of soldiers taken before the Pulwama attack?

The\is photo went viral across India as a photo of soldiers taken 9 hours before the Pulwama attack. But, this photo is another photo that was posted on social websites in the month before the attack.

Read more: Rumors of Indian soldiers’ death for political gain!

Not only these, fake news card news and fake photos of MK Stalin, Smriti Irani and TTV Dinakaran mentioning that they have been politically dependent on the Pulwama attack went viral.

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