At night, live goats were being dumped on the road from a moving truck on a highway
Lahore: Another anti-Pakistan Indian social media propaganda has been exposed.
In a viral video on social media, it can be seen that live goats are being thrown on the road from a truck running on a highway at night.
This video is being shared on Indian social media saying that it is Karachi’s super highway, but Express has also exposed this anti-Pakistan propaganda by Fact Check.
When the post-mortem of this video was done with the help of Google Reverse Image and other fact-checking tools, it became clear that this road does not belong to Pakistan but to India.
A board on the highway reads Aurangabad in English, while the number plate of a civic vehicle driving behind the truck has a Maharashtra number.
In this viral video on social media, Pakistan is mocked that people here are finding new ways of stealing due to hunger and poverty.
Unfortunately, many Pakistani social media users are sharing and commenting on this video without any research.
According to sources, India’s Modi government and intelligence agencies are using Indian media and social media for anti-Pakistan propaganda under a systematic planning.
Yesterday also, the propaganda of a locked grave was exposed through fact check.