The terror state of Pakistan, which corroborates false theories and propaganda to save itself from humiliation and global isolation, has been yet again caught for spreading fake news on social media.
As per a Republic TV report, the lies of Pakistani propaganda machinery has now been caught after they had circulated an image of a death certificate of a suspected Pakistani national by claiming that he was killed by Indian security establishment during his interrogation. However, a spelling mistake committed by the propaganda machinery of the terrorist state of Pakistan has exposed their lies once again.
In 2017, the Pakistan fake news establishment had planted news in its media and social media that a person named Lt Colonel Mohammad Habib (retd) of the Pakistani army had gone missing from the Lumbini area of Nepal, who according to Pakistan was there to meet someone in connection with a post-retirement job.
Furthering their lies, the propaganda arm of Pakistan army, the ISPR, initially spread the fake message in the Pakistani WhatsApp groups blaming India for his abduction, which was soon picked up by the Pakistani media outlets. The Pakistani machinery had accused Indian intelligence agencies of “kidnapping” the Lt Col Habib (retd). This fake news of Habib’s kidnapping coincided with the Pakistani military court sentencing Indian businessman and former Naval officer Kulbushan Jadhav who was kidnapped from Iran and sold to the Pakistani army.
Recently, an image of a fake death certificate allegedly issued by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi was being circulated in the social media claiming to be that of the same Lt Col Habib. Pakistani social media groups were found using it widely to spread the narrative that Kulbhushan Jadhav should ‘meet the same fate’.
However, the so-called death certificate had basic discrepancies such as spelling mistakes and other errors. The low-IQ Pakistanis had spelt Delhi as “Dehli”.
Another glaring error was that while the death certificate says that the place of death is NIA Headquarters Dehli (DCP Special Cell), however, Pakistani establishment seems to be not aware of the fact that DCP Special Cell and NIA headquarters are two different things.
According to the sources in the security establishment, who spoke to Republic TV stated that the fake news phenomenon is part of a psy-operation that has been launched by the Pakistani intelligence agency, as the Lt Col in question was living in Pakistan.
“Pakistan deliberately is spreading the fake news about the death of the so-called officer, just to build a case for Kulbushan Jadav. They want to bargain on Kulbushan Jadav, but India has no information about this so-called officer of the Pakistani army” a security officer told Republic.