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West Bengal Governor Shares Fake News About Dead Body Disposal

West Bengal Governor Shares Fake News

West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar Cornered for sharing mis-information over social media platform

In a saga of fake news being spread amid corona spread, not many are kept away from this. Despite repetitive warnings and campaigns being conducted by various organisations, not many people are aware of keeping themselves away from spreading fake news.

There had been times when people, either, to gain some traction on social media platforms try to dispose fake news or the political party leaders, in an attempt to malign the image of other leaders, try to put up such campaigns. Such mis-informations have led to instigate various hate crimes across the country.

But this is a worrying state for the nation and especially for West Bengal, where West Bengal governor has shared fake news. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar has shared “mis-information” regarding the disposal of dead bodies.

Anguished at disposal of dead bodies @MamataOfficial -with heartless indescribable insensitivity. Not sharing videos due to sensitivity.

Have sought an URGENT UPDATE @HomeSecretaryWB

In our society dead body is accorded highest respect-rituals r performed as per tradition(1/3)— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) June 11, 2020

In the ongoing tussle between the state government and the governor chair, the later, in a series of tweets, tried to corner the Mamata government over the lapse in uncivilised approach towards the disposal of dead bodies, after a video being circulated over various social media platforms.

Not just him, various BJP leaders including secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya shared the video on his twitter handle.

When the issue came to the light of the hospital administration, the principal of NRS Medical College, Prof Saibal Kumar Mukherjee wrote to Kolkata commissioner about the aforesaid video clip. He clarified that the unclaimed bodies were being handed over to KMC authority as per the list given by different police stations and none of these dead bodies were of COVID patients.

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