Pakistani media uses a Photoshopped image as source against India.

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A Khalistan Supporter Gurmeet Kaur tweeted a photoshopped image against India which a Pakistani News channel used as source.

Gurmeet Kaur, tweeted a photo of TV Screen (Not screenshot) with wall in background. It read

“Breaking News – 21 Sikh Regiment refused to fight for India”

This tries to paint a FALSE Anti-India picture that a part of Indian Army doesn’t stand with country.

 

The above tweet is used as source for a Pakistani news channel Abb Takk TV

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21 Sikh Regiment Refused To Fight For India

21 Sikh Regiment Refused To Fight For India

Posted by Abbtakk on Tuesday, March 5, 2019

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A Congress leader Salman Nizami tweeted the same –

Politician /Writer /Gandhian by heart/ Nehruvian by Soul/ Indian ūüáģūüá≥ by blood.

Rohini Singh,¬†Journalist of The Wire also retweeted someone elses’s tweet but tweet itself was deleted later

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Below is the original photo

The difference between the shape of ‘T’ is clear in the photoshopped image. The above ‘T’ is thicker then the one below.

Republic TV ran a program in 2 years ago i.e. 2017 claiming to have highest viewership 61% among all News channels.

A digital media site, NewsLaundry ran a story on this

India Today Versus Republic: Who won the TRP battle?

Within its short lifespan of about a month,¬†Republic TV¬†and its commander-in-chief Arnab Goswami managed to ruffle quite a few feathers. The channel has been dragged to court for¬†defamation,¬†intellectual property theft¬†andflouting¬†the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India rules. While the first two cases are essentially battles between private citizens and companies — their impact on media discourse notwithstanding — it is the third case that concerns you, the viewer.

This isn’t just a battle between the National Broadcasters Association (NBA) and¬†Republic, but a war for your attention and what comes with it — TRPs and advertisements…..

 

A Pakistani News channel which itself is inspired from an Indian News Channel Aaj Tak used a photoshopped image as News.

 

 

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