Imran Khan shared fake video against India
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan shared a video on his Twitter account on Friday. In which the police is killing the mob. The PM of Pakistan had described it as a video of UP. In which there were allegations of atrocities with Muslims by the police of India. PM Imran shared no video, it was uploaded on YouTube on 10 September 2013. The video is from Bangladesh. The video has claimed that the Bangladeshi police vandalized the Hifazat-e-Islam rally.
UP police denied
After this video of Imran came out, there has been a clarification from the UP police. The UP police has described this video as fake. The UP police has clarified by tweeting that the video is not of UP. UP Police tweeted, 'This is not from UP but of the incident in Dhaka, Bangladesh in May 2013'. The UP Police has also provided a link to a fact check of India Today which states that the video is from Bangladesh. Apart from this, the voice coming in the video is in Bangla language.
Imran deleted all three videos
Imran Khan deleted all three videos on Twitter by users. Imran Khan did a tweet in Urdu. The state had alleged terrorism against the Modi government. On the other hand, in Nankana Sahib, Pakistan, on Friday, a crowd of hundreds threw stones at Nankana Sahib Gurdwara, one of the holiest shrines of Sikhs. The crowd has surrounded the gurdwara since noon. Now a large number of police forces are deployed on the occasion, but the situation remains tense.