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Unmasking the Rajasthan Abuse Incident: How Misinformation Sowed Seeds of Communal Discord
Fact Checkحامد العلي (Hamed Alali)

Unmasking the Rajasthan Abuse Incident: How Misinformation Sowed Seeds of Communal Discord

In an unfortunate Rajasthan abuse incident of misinformation, an Arab-based propaganda account recently shared an old video, accompanied by false claims that depicted a man brutally thrashing a helpless woman and forcing her to say “Allah, Jai Shri Ram.” The intention behind this act was to incite communal unrest in India. In this blog, we will delve into the incident, address the misleading tweets, examine the fact-checking conducted by D-Intent, and shed light on the true intent behind this manipulative act.

The Incident:

The video in question, shared on social media platforms, purported to show Hindu extremists assaulting an elderly Muslim woman. However, a thorough investigation revealed that this was an old video from Rajasthan, specifically from June 2017, where a mentally challenged woman had been subjected to severe physical abuse. The incident occurred in the Nagaur district when two men mistakenly suspected her of trespassing into their fields with ill intentions. Importantly, this incident had no religious connotations; it was an isolated incident based on mistaken identity. The authorities took appropriate action against the accused individuals involved.

Misleading Tweets:

One of the main sources of this misinformation was a Twitter account belonging to Hamed_Alali, which posted the misleading video with a false narrative. The tweet gained traction and spread rapidly, contributing to the dissemination of a distorted version of events. The tweet suggested that Hindu extremists were responsible for the assault, deliberately creating an atmosphere of fear and animosity between religious communities.



Fact-Checking by D-Intent:

Unmasking the Rajasthan Abuse Incident:

Thankfully, organizations like D-Intent actively engage in fact-checking to counter misinformation and restore truth in such instances. In this case, D-Intent conducted a thorough analysis of the video and cross-referenced it with reliable sources. They found that the video was not connected to any religious conflict. It was an unfortunate incident involving a mentally challenged woman who was wrongly subjected to violence. D-Intent’s findings were instrumental in debunking the false claims made in the viral tweets.



Intent Behind the Incident:

The true intent behind this incident becomes evident upon closer examination. The propaganda account responsible for sharing the video operates from the Gulf region and deliberately seeks to create communal unrest in India. By circulating old videos with false claims, they aim to exploit existing fault lines and ignite religious tensions. Such malicious acts of misinformation pose a significant threat to social cohesion and must be addressed with utmost vigilance.


This Rajasthan abuse incident serves as a stark reminder of the rampant misinformation that can easily circulate on social media platforms. The misleading tweets and false claims associated with the video in question misled countless individuals, potentially inciting unnecessary tension between religious communities. However, through diligent fact-checking conducted by organizations like D-Intent, the truth was uncovered, and the real intent behind the incident exposed. It is crucial for users of social media to remain vigilant, question information sources, and rely on verified facts to combat the spread of misinformation effectively.

Also read- Misinformation Circulates Amidst Uttarakhand Abduction Incident: A Case of Distorted Narratives

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