Man Arrested for Sharing Fake Image on Facebook of West Bengal Violence


Kolkata: The Kolkata Police on Saturday said that a person has been arrested for sharing communal violence by sharing fake image of a Bhojpuri film. Due to this picture, a man lost his life in the 24 Parganas in the northern part of West Bengal Violence. The police said that the picture which is being told to West Bengal is actually a sequence of Bhojpuri film ‘Aurat Khilona Nahi‘ released in 2014. The BJP leader of Haryana shared a picture of a scene of Bhojpuri film on his Facebook wall and told him communal riots in Bengal.

On Saturday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee attacked the Central Government and said that the BJP believes in the ideology of organizations that spread violence, including the National Self Service. He said that strict action will be taken against anyone who has shared fake pictures and videos. The law will work with them. CM Mamta said, “I am grateful to the people of Bengal that they helped identify those who spread rumours and communal hatred. Peace has been restored. ‘ He said that with the Bhojpuri film, photos of Bangladesh were also taken to provoke the people.

Tweeted from the official Twitter page of West Bengal Police, “Some people are posting old videos from other countries and regions in West Bengal. It is highly condemnable. ‘

Appeal in the next tweet, ‘Please always check the facts. We appeal to all to ignore the malicious video so that the community can create distrust’.
It is known that on Monday night, a teenage girl in West Bengal had posted an objectionable post on Facebook( Prophet Mohammad angered Muslims). After this, Baduria of North 24 Parganas and Basirhat sub-division of the district had become a victim of violence among the two communities. The BJP leader, Vijeta Malik, wrote her Facebook post after the same violence. The picture shared by the female leader has got a scene from Bhojpuri film.



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