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February 22, 2024
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Bihar: Fake news being spread to defame Tamil Nadu and create fear among migrant workers

Tamil Nadu police confirm viral video of attack on migrant workers is fake

Coimbatore district collector denies rumors of an attack on Bihari migrant workers in Tamil Nadu and warns against the spread of fake news.

PATNA/CHENNAI: Officials in Coimbatore district have denied rumors of an attack on Bihari migrant workers in Tamil Nadu. The district collector issued an appeal in Hindi to reassure the safety of North Indian workers in Tamil Nadu, saying that wrong information is being spread on WhatsApp and social media. The fake news came after Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar tweeted his concern over an incident in Tamil Nadu where two Bihar laborers reportedly lost their lives.

The Coimbatore district collector’s statement confirms that all of the rumors are false and have been spread with malicious intent. In a recent video that went viral on social media, migrant laborers from Bihar were shown being brutally attacked. However, Tamil Nadu police claimed that the video was fake, and the facts of the videos were twisted to make it appear as if migrant workers in Tamil Nadu were being attacked.

To address the concerns of migrant workers, the Coimbatore district collector provided a helpline number that can be used in case of any issues. The denial of the rumors has brought some relief to the North Indian workers residing in Tamil Nadu.

False news spread to defame Tamil Nadu

The fake news about an attack on Bihari migrant workers in Tamil Nadu has caused a lot of panic among the migrant community. The rumors began circulating on social media, leading to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s tweet expressing concern over the incident.

However, the Tamil Nadu police investigated the incident and found that the video circulating on social media was fake. They claimed that somebody in Bihar had posted a false and misleading video regarding migrant workers from Bihar being attacked in Tamil Nadu. The two videos circulating on social media regarding the incident were also found to be false.

Officials in Coimbatore and Tiruppur districts, where a large number of migrant workers reside, issued appeals in Hindi to reassure the safety of North Indian workers in Tamil Nadu. They urged people not to spread rumors and to verify the authenticity of the news before sharing it on social media.

The fake news was created to defame Tamil Nadu and create fear among migrant workers. It is important to verify the news before sharing it on social media to prevent the spread of fake news.

The rumors of an attack on Bihari migrant workers in Tamil Nadu are false and have been spread with malicious intent. The Coimbatore district collector and officials from other districts have urged people not to spread rumors and to verify the authenticity of news before sharing it on social media.

The Tamil Nadu police have investigated the incident and found that the video circulating on social media was fake. It is important to verify the news before sharing it on social media to prevent the spread of fake news. Officials are taking measures to reassure migrant workers and maintain harmony between different communities residing in Tamil Nadu.

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