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Fake news claim: A message on WhatsApp went viral very fast. In which it was said that terrorists are spreading AIDS by injecting people. In connection with this message, UP police said that it is fake.

Examples of viral posts on social media sites, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.

यह मैसेज वॉट्सएप्प पर तेजी से वायरल हो रहा है इसकी सत्यता की जांच करें

अगर आपके घर कुछ लड़के-लड़कियाँ आते हैं और कहते हैं कि वो मेडिकल के स्टूडेंट हैं और आपका शूगर या बीपी या कोई अन्य ब्लड टेस्ट फ्री में करने के लिए बोलते हैं तो आप तुरंत पुलिस को फोन करें क्योंकि वो आतंकवादी संगठन के लोग हैं और उनके इंजेक्शन में एड्स का वायरस है जो वो ब्लड लेने के बहाने आपके शरीर में डाल देंगे। किसी भी अनजान व्यक्ति को अपने घर में न घुसने दें। जनहित में जारी।

If some boys and girls come to your house and say that they are medical students and speak for your sugar or BP or any other blood test for free, then you should immediately call the police because they are people of terrorist organization and There is AIDS virus in their injection which they will put in your body on the pretext of taking blood. Do not let any unknown person enter your house. Issued in public interest.

Facts Check: False

News Verification: Recently, a message on WhatsApp went viral. In which it was said that terrorists are spreading AIDS by injecting people. However, according to the UP Police, this message is fake. The UP Police's Fact Check Twitter handle said that they completely refute the report. It also requested people not to share this misleading post.

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