The communally charged fake social media post actually shows an image from the funeral of Abdul Ghaffar Khan in Pakistan.
A collage post highlighting Modi government's success was first shared by Facebook page Nation with NaMo. BJP Karnataka shared the same.
Rahul Gandhi's comments from his Dubai speech have been selectively trimmed from the actual video in the viral 10-second clip.
The viral image purportedly shows a Muslim man in the Indian Army's custody, with yellow-coloured packets alleged to be bombs.
Twitter user Gopal Goswami shared the video that was viewed over 2,600 times. The actual video is of Tabligh Jamaat clashes from Bangladesh.
The viral video claims that rape cases have witnessed a huge spike in Rajasthan ever since the Congress came to power.
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The video was actually filmed two years ago in UP’s Sambhal district, many Twitter users slam Madhu Kishwar for spreading 'fake news'.
The video showing a clash between two groups is from Gujarat's Morbi town, and took place on 8 December. Police had ruled out any communal angle.
An altered clip from Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s press conference has been retweeted by hundreds, including Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay.