Phaniraj Pathak is the communications secretary of former King Gyanendra. Gyanendra's official press releases, press notes and information are released by him. Similar information flows through her Facebook.
The same reader shared a sensational link on Facebook on Wednesday. As you can see in the screenshot above - it is said that the US President Trump, Indian Prime Minister Modi and Gyanendra, who were visiting India Met. Even more so, the famous US magazine will return to the monarchy. The layout of the magazine and even the photo appear in The New York Times. This news has been shared by many readers besides readers. Is that true Is that a fake news?
Even after watching this, knowing that this is fake news, some facts are necessary to deceive people.
The screenshot stated in The New York Times's February 25, 2020, issue. The first page of the print edition can be viewed in the online edition of the magazine. This was the first page of the New York Times magazine that day.
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The photo of Modi and Trump seen on the facebook page is real. However, the photo of Gyanendra has been photoshopped. The original photo is like this:
In recent times, supporters of the Monarchy have been found to be spreading such fake news. The photo of Narayanhiti Durbar on Facebook has been shared with many of the fake news shares from the Facebook page named Kritika Shah by keeping a profile picture of the target during the monarchy.
If you click on this sensational headline titled Fake with the intention of bending on Facebook, such news is not found. The tourismareas.com site opens in English. Who is this site? Can be found on the Internet.
The website, which was registered on February 7, has been registered under the name of Bhim Prasad Adhikari of Chitwan Bharatpur-1. See detailed information on whois.com
Police could not investigate the allegations spread on the basis of this.
Based on the email firstname.lastname@example.org, a Twitter account was found.
But what can we do in simple? One should not like, comment on such unfaithful links. Because doing so helps to spread such fake news. Instead, we can report it on Facebook. Facebook can take action on fake news .
translated from Mysansar.com