Social media posts claiming that Jai Sri Ram was chanted at Uppal stadium during the T20 cricket match between India and Australia are viral.
What is the truth?
A video where the crowd in a cricket stadium seem to chant Lord Ram’s song is shared with a claim that it happened in Hyderabad stadium. The ‘Rachakonda Police’ has responded that it is incorrect and that it didn’t happen in Hyderabad stadium.
This is incorrect. It didn’t happen in Hyderabad Stadium. Such false propaganda brings down the image of Hyderabad. Suitable action will be taken against the persons doing such false propaganda, misguiding the people.
— Rachakonda Police (@RachakondaCop) September 26, 2022
When we searched to find out the audio played in the viral post, YouTube shorts dated 13, September 2022 was found with the same lines ‘mere Bharat ka baccha baccha Jai Shri ram bolega’.
A few of the social media users seem to respond that it is not Hyderabad but Nagpur stadium in the comment section of the viral posts. These details seemed to be correct when checked.
I knew u already will share that kind of videos today and u did exactly same. Meanwhile for ur information, there is no such kind of plays in Hyd today and here is the proof. for ur information, just look at the stadium, that is Nagpur.
u kid, come up with better videos tmrw🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/2laCsDd9Vr
— Narender Reddy G (@ImNarender1) September 25, 2022
The audio mentioned above might have been merged with the old visual from Nagpur stadium, but we could not confirm it. However, the video is not from Hyderabad stadium as claimed.
The video claiming that the crowd chants Lord Ram’s song in Uppal stadium, Hyderabad is false. The visuals is from Nagpur stadium.