Fake news circulated in name of non-existent ministry: Assam Police ask not to share

A phony news for the sake of a non-existent service has been spread through the internet based life across Assam. 

The phony news is being shared through internet based life stages like Facebook and WhatsApp. 

Educating about the phony news through its Twitter handle, the Assam Police stated: 

"There is a Fake WhatsApp Janasanyog Government Notification being coursed for the sake of a nonexistent Minister of Communication and Digital Economy expressing that from 4.4.20 all Phone Calls will be recorded, every single Social Medium checked and Android telephones associated with the Ministry." 

Asking the individuals not to have confidence in such phony news and not to advance it, the Assam Police stated: "Don't accept this message. It is phony. Try not to advance or course it either." 

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It might be referenced that in Assam, there is no service like 'Janasanyog and Digital Economy Ministry' as referenced in the 'phony news'. 

As indicated by the phony news, the service through a request reported to force a few principles with impact from April 4, 2020. 

It said the new principles of the Janasanyog are: 1) Phone calls might be recorded, 

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2) Each of the calls might be recorded, 3) The WhatsApp might be checked, 4) All Twitters might be observed, 5) Facebook records might be checked, 6) All web based life and discussions might be checked, 7) Your Android cell phone might be straightforwardly associated with the arrangement of the pastor, 8) Who are ignorant, told them, 9) Beware, don't post superfluous messages, make all know, 10) Don't share or post any sound or photograph in regards to the legislative issues, strict standards and government, 11) Let your family, companion and kids think about it, 12) The police may document body of evidence against you for such reasons. 

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It was additionally approached to share the message among the companions and the relatives. 

When reached, the chief of the Information and Public Relations, Assam, Anupam Choudhury disclosed to Northeast Now that the news is 'totally phony'. 

"It is genuinely a condemnable demonstration. Activity will be started right now," Choudhury. 

He additionally said the significant level police authorities have been educated about the phony news. 

As per sources, the Assam Police have just enlisted a case and begun examination. 

The Assam Police have mentioned the individuals not to share the news. 

Then, in the midst of lockdown, the Assam Police have captured a few people for spreading counterfeit news on COVID19. 

The Assam Police have so far stopped 7 cases and captured four people. 

The Assam Police encouraged the individuals to abstain from spreading, sending or advancing bogus news. 

Upper east Now as of late propelled a crusade against counterfeit news mutually with The Assam Tribune and Dr Anamika Ray Memorial Trust.

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