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The message with new rules of communication in the context of Ayodhya verdict is a ‘rumour’: UP Police

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A message with twelve points terming them to be the new set of rules for communication in the context of the Ayodhya verdict is doing the rounds on social media widely. Let’s check the authenticity of that message.

The archived version of the post can be found here.

Claim: In the context of the Ayodhya verdict, a new set of rules for communication will come into effect.

Fact: Uttar Pradesh Police have clarified that the message with new rules of communication in the context of Ayodhya verdict is a ‘rumour’. So, the claim is FALSE.

When searched if there is any rollout of a new set of rules for communication in the context of Ayodhya verdict, a tweet by the Ayodhya Police was found. The tweet had a news clip in it that carried news about Ayodhya Police terming few messages on social media as fake. The message with twelve points terming them to be the new set of rules for communication in the context of Ayodhya verdict is one among them. The Police have termed that message as a ‘rumour’ being circulated on social media platforms. The Ayodhya Police Cyber ​​Cell has also asked people not to share any misinformation on social media as legal action will be taken against them for doing so.

The Meerut Police also clarified that, among the twelve rules in the message, the points with serial no.s 1, 2 and 5 are false.

To conclude, the Uttar Pradesh Police have termed the message with new rules of communication in the context of Ayodhya verdict as a ‘rumour’.

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