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A video of a train ride is being shared on social media along with the claim that the new electric train in Japan is twice as fast as an F-16 fighter aircraft.
A post circulating on social media claims that a group of men in civil dress, donning helmets and other protective gear usually worn by law enforcement agencies are deployed by Delhi Police at farmers’ protest. India Today Anti Fake News War Room (AFWA) has found the claim to be false.
An image of?a man holding a placard against the Ram temple has gone viral with the claim that it was taken during the ongoing farmers’ agitation.?
Posts going viral on social media claim that the SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, and St. John’s College, Agra, have issued circulars making it mandatory for female students to have a boyfriend.
A post circulating on social media claims that 200 policemen in Delhi have tendered mass resignation in solidarity with the protesting farmers. India Today Anti Fake News War Room (AFWA) has found the claim to be false.
According to the reports, the picture is from the violence that broke out at the tractor rally on Republic Day.?
Fact Check: Video of water tanker hitting women en route farmers' protest has no political connection
A video has gone viral with a claim that in a moment of rage, a BJP official hit some women with a water tanker and ran over them, when they were on their way to participate in the farmers’ protest march in Delhi.
An image of a man wearing a Modi t-shirt attacking police personnel has gone viral. The image has been linked to the ongoing farmers’ protest.?India Today Anti-Fake News War room (AFWA) found that the viral image is seven-year-old and is from Uttar Pradesh.
The tractor rallies organised in Delhi on January 26 by farmers against the three farm laws had turned violent, resulting in clashes between protesters and police.
A picture of Dr Kafeel Khan on a tractor is being widely circulated on social media with the claim that he was part of the January 26 tractor rally in Delhi. Khan was an accused in the Gorakhpur infant deaths case.
A set of images showing cars on fire is viral on social media with the claim that these are scenes from the protest. India Today Anti Fake News War Room has found the claim to be misleading.
A video of Uttarakhand Police chasing a man allegedly involved in illegal sand mining is being wrongly circulated as Uttar Pradesh Police chasing a farmer on his way to Delhi to participate in the January 26 tractor rally.?