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Hindu Woman Who Was Not Wearing a Burqa Was Not Allowed to Travel on a Bus During Ramzan in Bangladesh? Fact-Check 

A Hindu woman who was not wearing a burqa was allegedly denied access to a bus during Bangladesh’s holy month of Ramzan, according to a video that has gone viral and features her in an argument with a bus conductor.

Verified accounts on twitter, including @ajaychauhan41 tweeted “A Hindu woman not wearing a burqa was not allowed to travel by bus during the holy Ramzan in Bangladesh.” on March 25, 2024. The tweet has received an about 50.5k views on X.

Several other accounts, including @jpsin1, @ByRakeshSimha, @pakistan_untold, @sanjoychakra made the same claim that bus transportation is prohibited for Hindu women who are not covered by a burqa during the month of Ramadan in Bangladesh. @jpsin1 further made another tweet to support the claim regarding this video. According to the user, a Muslim bus conductor did not allow a Hindu woman to board the bus and forcefully threw her out of the bus because she was a Hindu and not wearing a burqa in Bangladesh. The archive can be read from above.

What is the Actual Truth About this Incident? : Fact

The viral video is, in fact, scripted and unrelated to anything actual. The Facebook page of a content creator uploaded it. It was uploaded by a Facebook page named “Carton Show” on March 14, 2024. The claim that it is actually a true incident is misleading, it is just a scripted video uploaded by the content creator.

The woman can be seen in another video, which is also scripted. It was uploaded in Facebook on March 15, 2024.

D-Intent’s Fact-Checking Results:

Intent:

Influencers are circulating scripted videos with false claims to set their propaganda based on religion. A video that shows a female passenger involved in a verbal altercation with a bus conductor has been shared, claiming that a Hindu woman who was not wearing a burqa was not allowed to travel on a bus during the holy month of Ramzan in Bangladesh. That viral video is, in fact, a created scripted video with no connection to reality. It was posted on Facebook by a page dedicated to creating content.

Conclusion:

Fact : The fact is that the viral video is scripted and has nothing to do with reality. It was uploaded by a content creator page on Facebook.

Also Read : Old Video Of Man Attacked Over Extra-marital Affairs in Telangana’s Sangareddy, Resurfaced With Communal Claims: Fact-Check 

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