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Two Intoxicated Men’s Fight in Theatre During Gadar 2 Screening in Bareilly, Users Connect With Pakistan Zindabad Slogans: Fact-Check

A few days ago, a video began circulating on social media, depicting a chaotic scene within a theatre. The video was accompanied by claims that Pakistan Zindabad slogans were chanted in the theatre during the screening of Gadar 2 screening in Bareilly,, leading to a violent response from the audience. However, our investigation has revealed a different story behind the incident.

The incident has been misinterpreted and exaggerated through misleading claims on social media platforms. False narratives about Pakistan Zindabad slogans have been propagated by certain Twitter handles, including @gharkekalesh, @erbmjha, @Zaira_Nizaam, @Suchitra_Dass, and @Starboy2079. Conversely, @KashifArsalaan and @shuja_2006 highlighted alleged anti-Muslim sentiments.

Chaos Erupts During Screening

During the final screening of Gadar 2 at Prasad Talkies in the Kotwali area, a quarrel erupted between two intoxicated individuals at around 11 pm. The situation escalated as one of the individuals and his companion retrieved a belt and began assaulting the other person. Unfortunately, this fight not only caused injuries to those directly involved but also sparked panic among other audience members, resulting in a stampede that added to the chaos.

By the time police officials arrived at the theatre, the individuals responsible for the fight had already fled the scene, leaving the authorities to manage the aftermath of the incident. According to Kotwal Dharmendra Singh, the victim of the assault was also under the influence of alcohol and was unable to provide a legible account of the altercation. After a brief disruption, the movie screening eventually resumed.

No Pakistan Zindabad or Anti-Muslim Slogans

Contrary to the claims, the video captures a fight between two drunk individuals who were attending the screening of Gadar 2 at Prasad Talkies in Bareilly. Our D-Intent Data team reached out to the Bareilly police, who confirmed that there were no instances of “Pakistan Zindabad” slogans or any anti-Muslim statements made within the theatre. This information has also been affirmed by reliable sources, including the Free Press Journal (https://www.freepressjournal.in)[archieve], a respected and credible news outlet.

In conclusion, the video showing a brawl during the Gadar 2 screening in Bareilly’s theatre was not related to Pakistan Zindabad slogans or anti-Muslim sentiments. Rather, it was a fight between two intoxicated individuals that escalated into chaos and led to a stampede. It is crucial to verify the information before sharing it, as false claims can have serious consequences on social harmony and public perception. Such misinformation not only damages India’s reputation but also fuels unnecessary tensions.

Following comprehensive analysis and meticulous fact-checking, our team has investigated the claim. You can refer to the findings of this inquiry in the Twitter thread embedded below.

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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