All the anti-government news is ‘fake’ to the government’s public relations department which has come down to catch the fake news coming in the media. The Public Relations Department, which had circulated anti-government news on social media as fake news, drowned out the post following the controversy. The news was about the loss of confidential documents on the OMR sheet of the PSC exam from the Central Press.
From the ‘Government Central Press’ published by ‘Media’ on August 12. Anirudh Asokan’s article titled ‘Lost confidential files’ is fake Stamped with blood. The realities behind the dissent of the departmental authorities. The headline reads ‘Fake News’ without checking the numbers. Information under the Minister Public Relations Department Social Media Published by Lou.
Yesterday, the PRD fact check section posted on Facebook that this was fake news. Later, when the reporter contacted the PRD, he was told that the post was posted as requested by the director of the printing department. This was discussed on social media and the PRD post was withdrawn. Meanwhile, the police have registered a case against the employee of the printing department, confirming the news. First Grade Binder V.L. Saji is also believed to have destroyed documents of a highly secretive nature. Cantonment police also registered a case of fraud.
വാർത്തയുടെ പേരിൽ സൈബർ ലോകത്ത് ആക്രമണം രൂക്ഷമായി നിൽക്കുന്നതിനിടെ വാർത്തകൾക്കു ചാപ്പ കുത്തി സർക്കാർ തന്നെ രംഗത്ത്….
The FactCheck section was launched last month to alert people if they have any doubts about important information coming from social media, print or visual media. The Chief Minister announced the launch of the Fact Check Section following the news of the gold smuggling gang’s links with the Chief Minister’s Office. This incident proves that the fact check section, which is supposed to find out whether the news pointed out by the people is true, evaluates the news as false if it is against the government.