The first phase of polling in the Bihar state assembly elections was held on October 28. The turnout was 53 percent. A total of 1066 candidates contested for 71 constituencies.
The campaign for the second phase of the Assembly elections is in full swing. Meanwhile, a video of large crowds protesting with anti-BJP slogans has gone viral on social media. The video has been shared on websites claiming to have been taken during the recent election campaign. The video is going viral on the topic of Bihar people driving out right-wingers.
After analyzing, the viral video revealed that it was taken in Haryana. In fact, the video was taken during the farmers’ protest against the BJP government.
In that sense, the viral video claiming to have been taken during the Bihar election campaign confirms that it was not taken recently. Do not spread fake news. Various vulnerabilities are caused by fake news. At times there have been casualties due to fake news exposure.