Gurugram police scans social media to nab ‘fake news’ peddlers

Source: Twitter

Gurugram police has advised the residents of Gurugram to verify the information before forwarding it via any media.

The police on twitter also said that they have been monitoring the rumor-mongering on a real-time basis which comes amid the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Restrictions have been imposed on large gatherings in various parts of the country as a nationwide protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act was scheduled to be held on Thursday.

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While Section 144 is in force in entire Uttar Pradesh, large gatherings have been banned in Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad some other cities across the country.

Mobile services were suspended in parts of the city and several metro stations were also shut in the national capital.

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