Fake Audio: Indian media ridiculed yet again

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Fake Audio: Indian media ridiculed yet again

*ISLAMABAD - Indian news channels have set a new trend in the fake news business.*

Numerous mainstream Indian channels are running fake audio notes to prove that Pakistan is hiding the “damage” Indian Air Force did in Balakot despite the fact the numerous media persons have gone there and seen trees and crows die in the so-called “air strike”.

The Indian news channels while trying to prove that their IAF men actually did some damage probably tasked some dubbing artists from Bollywood to make fake audio notes as Pakistanis living near Balakot who said that they witnessed some *“Qayamat Ka Manzar”* in Balakot that day.

The first video released by a Hindi news channel generate a lot of laughs as the channel claimed that it has obtained an audio conversation between two terrorists while all audience could hear were two Indians talking to each other posing as Pakistani Muslims in typical Bollywood fashion.

“Janab, Lag Gai, buhat grenad fatay (not phatay)” was all one could hear and of course laugh. [image: Embedded video] link

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Then came Aaj Tak’s Anjana Om Kashyap and India Today’s Rahul Kanwal (he was also insulted by fellow Indian Abhijeet recently) who produced some more fake audio notes this time claiming that some Pakistan Army men too died during the air strike (which actually lasted four minutes and damaged some trees. Twitter Ads info and privacy link

Rahul Kanwal, being a senior journalist and a face of mainstream Indian media, was widely ridiculed on social media for these fake audio notes.

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