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Ebrahim Raisi Helicopter Crash— India’s Diplomat Sanjeev Mandia From Indian Embassy in Tehran Tried to escape from Iran and Arrested? Fact-Check

Propaganda accounts originating in Pakistan are disseminating fake news alleging that Sanjeev Mandia, a top diplomat for India’s embassy in Tehran, attempted to flee Iran and was apprehended at the airport departure gate.

@DeraBugti136471 added “One of India’s top diplomat named Sanjeev Mandia from #Indian embassy in Tehran tried to escape from #Iran” on May 20, 2024.

Several other accounts, including @Shafiqourakzai, @_FarhanBaloch, @HabibBu32922285, @FaryalBD made the same claim that one of India’s top diplomats, Sanjeev Mandia, of the Indian embassy in Tehran, tried to leave Iran and was apprehended at the airport departure gate. The archive can be read from above.

What is the Actual Truth About this Incident? : Fact

The truth is that these assertions are made up and fraudulent. It has nothing to do with actuality.
There has been no such news, and all Indian diplomats stationed in Iran are operating as usual. Ever since yesterday, Pakistanis have been spreading several made-up tales to malign India in relation to Iranian President Ebrahim Raisí’s helicopter crash. Sanjeev Mandir, the second secretary (press, information, and culture), is not detained. So, the claim that ne of India’s top diplomats, Sanjeev Mandia from the Indian embassy in Tehran, attempted to escape from Iran and was arrested at the departure gate Airport is not true at all.

@India_in_Iran tweeted “The tragic death of Dr. Seyed Ebrahim Raisi, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, caused a deep impression and astonishment. His contribution to strengthening bilateral relations between India and Iran will always be remembered. I offer my heartfelt condolences to his family and the people of Iran. India stands by Iran in this sad time.” on May 20, 2024.

D-Intent’s Fact-Checking Results:

Intent:

Pakistan-based propaganda accounts are circulating self-invented stories to target India. Pakistan-based propaganda accounts are circulating self-invented news claiming that One of India’s top diplomat named Sanjeev Mandia from Indian embassy in Tehran tried to escape from Iran and was arrested at the departure gate Airport.The truth is that these allegations are false and contrived. It has nothing to do with reality. There was no such news, and all Indian diplomats in Iran were functioning as usual. Pakistani media has been spreading false information about Iranian President Ebrahim Raisí’s helicopter crash, aimed at India. Sanjeev Mandir, the Second Secretary (Press, Information, and Culture), has not been detained.

Conclusion:

Fact : The fact is that these claims are fake and fabricated. Nothing to do with reality. No such news came to light, All the Indian diplomats in Iran are working as usual. Since yesterday Pakistanis have circulated multiple concocted stories to target India regarding the helicopter crash of Iranian president Ebrahim Raisí. Second Secretary(Press, Information & Culture) Sanjeev Mandir is not arrested.

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