A video of a Sikh policeman issuing a warning on a loudspeaker has gone viral on social media.
Within the 27-second-long clip, the Punjab Police officer, who was heard talking in Hindi, requested folks to stay vigilant as a result of two cheetahs had escaped in Chandigarh.
He mentioned in Hindi, “Two cheetahs have escaped. One in all them is in Chandigarh, the opposite one in Mohali. Ensure that kids stay in the home. Everybody should stay cautious.”
A number of social media pages shared this video alongside captions like, “Announcement made by Punjab Police. One cheetah was seen in Chandigarh, and one in Mohali.”
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The India Right this moment Anti Pretend Information Conflict Room (AFWA) discovered this video was almost two years previous. It was shared extensively with none context, making the announcement really feel latest.
We reverse-searched keyframes from the video on Google. The outcomes took us to an extended video information report uploaded to YouTube which carried the identical clip that includes the policeman.
This video about escaped leopards seen in Chandigarh and Mohali was uploaded on April 2, 2020, which made it clear that it was not latest, relatively it was about two years previous.
Nonetheless, whereas going by search outcomes, experiences urged that one other leopard was seen in Mohali lately. A Jagran report from April 6 said that search operations have been underway in Mohali’s Nayagaon.
So, we are able to conclude that whereas a leopard was lately sighted in Mohali, the video claiming two cheetahs have been Chandigarh and Mohali was from 2020.
(With Inputs from Yash Mittal, New Delhi)
DeclareFinal month, Punjab Police alerted the general public of cheetah sightings in Chandigarh and Mohali. ConclusionThe viral video is from April 2020. There was a latest sighting of a leopard in Mohali, however this video shouldn’t be about that.
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