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Netizens who create panic by forwarding unconfirmed (fake) Msgs are liable to be booked under law : Jammu Police*

Jammu, Mar 20 : In view of the prevailing COVID-19 situation, a number of fake messages are being sent in different social media channels and are becoming viral, causing a panic in the society. A similar fake message was circulated in different whatsapp groups of Jammu in which one house was specified to have 02 Corona positive patients creating panic among the Jammuites. Acting swiftly on this, it was denied widely by Jammu police after confirming it from the concerned authorities. A complaint was lodged under relevant sections of the law at Police Station Gandhinagar. Cyber Police station Jammu identified 7-8 whatsapp users from the preliminary verification who had circulated that fake message in different groups. They were identified as Rajinder Sadotra, Vikas Sharma, Amit Samnotra, Raman Gupta and Vikas Arora. They were immediately called in the police station for questioning and SHO with the assistance of Cuber Police Station Jammu is trying hard to reach upto the person who had initiated this fake message and made it viral creating chaos among the people of Jammu.

Appealing to the Jammuites SSP Jammu Sh. Shridhar Patil has urged people not to send or share any message until and unless they are sure about the authenticity of that message. Strict Action will be taken against the rumour mongers. He also informed that a bulletin on Coronavirus figures is issued by Medical and Health department on daily basis and carries the genuine details, which can be referred to for any query. Other helpline numbers and dial 100 of police control room can also be used for any clarification.

SSP Cyber Police jammu Sh. Sandeep Mehta has warned that Unnecessary forwarding of in-genuine and rumour filled messages can land you in trouble, please avoid that, he stressed.

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