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Amethi, Uttar Pradesh — Brawl Between Two Parties Over Cow Eating Fodder, False Claims Against Police: Fact-Check

Amethi, Uttar Pradesh — Brawl Between Two Parties Over Cow Eating Fodder, False Claims Against Police: Fact-Check

A few days ago, in an incident at Mohanganj Police Station in Amethi, Uttar Pradesh, a video circulated, claiming that a rape accused was released without the victim’s medical test report. Allegedly, @RajeshR57419427, a main Twitter account, spread this misleading information. However, the following investigations revealed a different story.

The Incident and Source

According to sources, a scuffle occurred between two parties over a cow consuming fodder. The dispute arose when one party claimed that the other party’s cow had eaten their animals’ fodder. In addition, the police swiftly interfered to maintain peace and took preventive action. Contrary to the initial claims made in the video of rape and police failure, the accusations were proven false and baseless, clarified Amethi Police through an official tweet. They tweeted out that according to the statement of the Inspector in charge of Mohanganj, there was a dispute between the parties regarding the fact that the opponent’s cow had eaten the fodder of the applicant’s animals. Other allegations made are false and baseless. Further investigations are underway and we should also wait for the official report.


In addition, the video shared on social media was misleading, fueling false narratives about the Amethi Police in the handling of a rape case. However, the truth is spun around a fight over cattle fodder. This incident underscores the importance of verifying information before spreading it on social platforms, especially when it concerns sensitive matters. Following detailed analysis and fact-checking, our team has studied the claim. You can refer to the findings of this inquiry in the Twitter thread below.

Claim: A video alleged Amethi police failure in handling a rape case.

Fact: There was actually a dispute over cow fodder, not a rape case.

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In our pursuit of accurate and unbiased information, we’ve diligently fact-checked the claims surrounding the incident. Misinformation can sow discord and disrupt communal harmony. Your support matters greatly in our mission to foster an informed and united society. Together, let’s strive to make India and Indians proud, upholding truth and unity. Jai Hind.

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