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False Claims about Manipur Violence Video
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False Claims about Manipur Violence Video

Recently, a video of youths firing guns has been circulating on social media with false claims to be from the ongoing violence in Manipur. However, after conducting a fact-check, the video is there to computer-generated and has nothing to do with the current situation in Manipur.

Claim:

Misinformation is being spread about the video, claiming it to be from the Manipur violence.

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Fact and Analysis:

Upon conducting research, we find that the same video was uploaded on Instagram in July 2020 and has nothing to do with the ongoing violence in Manipur. The video is computer-generate, and it was uploading by content creators to entertain people. Multiple hashtags related to gaming were used, indicating that the video has no connection with the current situation in Manipur.

The intent behind sharing this video is to incite violence in other parts of the state. Users are sharing the old computer-generated video with false claims and trying to spread misinformation and create unrest.

It is essential to verify the authenticity of any news or videos before sharing them on social media platforms. To avoid spreading misinformation and creating chaos.

Our Fact Check Link:

We conducted a fact-check and found that the video circulating on social media claiming to be from the Manipur violence is fake and computer-generated. However, we have also published a YouTube video on this topic, which you can watch for further clarification.

Intent:

The intent of the people sharing this video is to create unrest and incite violence in other parts of the state. By spreading false claims about the video, they are trying to create a divide between different communities and instigate violence.

Conclusion:

In conclusion, the video circulating on social media claiming to be from the Manipur violence is fake and computer-generated. Misinformation propaganda spreaders are sharing this video. Along with false claims to create unrest and incite violence in other parts of the state. It is essential to verify the authenticity of any news or videos. Also before sharing them on social media platforms to avoid spreading misinformation and creating chaos. We urge people to be responsible while sharing any news or videos on social media platforms and avoid falling prey to fake news and propaganda.

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