Bangladeshi person does not fire during the celebration after the defeat of India, is fake Viral Post
Bangladeshi person does not fire during the celebration after the defeat of India, is fake Viral Post: A post on social media is getting viral. It is being claimed that the Sheikh Sheikh Mujibur gas cylinder of Bangladesh was burnt by celebrating the happiness of India’s defeat at the hands of New Zealand at the World Cup. This claim proved to be a fraud in the investigation team of the trust team. In our investigation, we found out that this false claim was fabricated through old photographs.
Facebook user Jayesh Rathod posted on the Facebook Group, I Support Namo, while posting two photographs of the collage: “#Bangladesh ……………. New Zealand made India tremendously happy after winning World Cup 2019 …… … .. Sheikh Mujibur tried to celebrate by organizing a banquet. So the gas cylinder got torn up and he was drinking there and became the Tandoori # Murgasulam … … I do not know whether it will get 72 hooren or not … ”
This post is becoming quite viral on Twitter too.
The team first started searching the news by uploading several keywords like “Sheikh Mujibur + gas cylinder” in Google search. We had to know whether any such event has happened in Bangladesh or not? After a lot of searching, we did not get any link, in which there was no news of the death of a man named Sheikh Mujibur with a cylinder burst while celebrating.
After this we took the help of Google Reverse Image Tool. For this, first of all, we searched the Google Reverse image by cropping the first picture used in the viral post. After all, this picture was found in Google itself.
During the Google search, we found this photo at chantalehrhardt.com. Many photographs were written that when the photographer went to Bangladesh in March / April 2017, he found the orange bearded man on the streets. After this photographer clicked the photos of such men.
In our investigation, it was discovered that this photographer named Chantal Aimme Ehrhardt lives in the Netherlands. He clicked the picture of Orange bearded man.
After finding out the truth of the first picture, we had to know now where the second picture is? In the second picture, a man is surrounded by flames.
To know the truth, we once again resorted to Google reverse image. By cropping the second picture from the viral post, we uploaded it to Google’s reverse image. In a while the truth came to us.
We found this photo on the Flicker account of the photographer named Bill Townsend. This photo was uploaded on Flicker 17 January 2007. Stunt Man Performance in its Caption That is, this picture is not of 2019 but of 2007. The person who was seen in the photo was not burnt by fire but was also doing a stunt.
In the end, the trust team scanned the social account of Facebook user Jayesh Rathod, who made fake post viral. This showed us that the post is uploaded against a particular sect on this account. There are several posts in Gujarati language too.
Conclusion on this post
In the investigation of the trust team, it is found that the viral post is fake. After India’s defeat at the hands of New Zealand, there is no truth in the post about the burning of a man named Sheikh Mujibur in the name of the celebration. Pictures that are used to spread lies are all old photographs.