This article is from May 27, 2021

Rumour spreading that “Pakistan Zindabad” slogans chanted in West Bengal!

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Pakistan Zindabad slogan chanted at Trinamool Congress victory ceremony…

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A 1.21-minute video was claimed to be that the “Pakistan Zindabad” slogan was chanting at the Trinamool Congress victory ceremony in West Bengal, this was shared on social media a few days ago.

Also, the same video is being circulated across India that “Pakistan Zindabad slogan raised during a rally to thank 31 Rohingyas for being elected in the recent elections in West Bengal.”

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Why should the Rohingyas or the Trinamool Congress party candidates who won in the West Bengal election raise the slogan Pakistan Zindabad? and what is the need for that? Similarly, there are no reports of people raising the Pakistan Zindabad slogan in West Bengal.

In the 40th second of the viral video, the crowd chants “Haji Sahab Zindabad“.

On May 5, 2021, the website Amar Ujala reported that Haji Sahab Zindabad slogans were chanted during a victory rally for Haji Abdul Kalim, the winner of the Gram Panchayat elections in Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh.

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On May 6, In our search, the video which claims that people chanted the slogan “Pakistan Zindabad” at the rally held by the winners of the West Bengal elections is false information. They did not chant “Pakistan Zindabad” but they chanted “Haji Saab Zindabad”, Bahraich police also confirmed this on their official Twitter page. Also, this video was taken not from West Bengal but from Uttar Pradesh., “The truth is, supporters of the newly elected candidate name only raised as the slogan” it’ Haji Sahab Zindabad, not Pakistan Zindabad. ”

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In our search, the video which claims that people chanted the slogan “Pakistan Zindabad” at the rally held by the winners of the West Bengal elections is false information. They did not chant “Pakistan Zindabad” but they chanted “Haji Saab Zindabad”, Bahraich police also confirmed this on their official Twitter page. Also, this video was taken not from West Bengal but from Uttar Pradesh.

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