Amit Shah’s Fake Video Editor Caught: Palanpur-Limkheda Assembly Footage Viral, AAP Worker Exposes Mevani’s PA

Following the Lok Sabha elections, monitoring on social media platforms by cyber crime units has intensified. This includes scrutiny of activities related to religious sentiments, law and order situations, and similar behaviors. Recently, two accused were apprehended by the cyber crime unit for editing and making viral the video of a public meeting of the Central Home Minister. Among them, one accused is the personal assistant of a Congress leader, while the other is a worker of a common citizen’s party. Both accused are being further investigated for cyber crimes.

More Investigation Initiated by Cyber Crime

The video editing of the public meeting of the Central Home Minister in Palanpur and Limkheda was done improperly. After editing, this video was made viral on social media. This incident led to the initiation of more cyber crime investigations. Two individuals who made the video viral have been apprehended by the police, identified as Satish Vansola, an MLA of Congress, and R.B. Bariya, a worker of the common citizen’s party. Both accused are undergoing further investigation by cyber crime.

Spreading Fake News among the Public: DCB

DCB’s cyber crime division head, Lavina Sinha, stated that there is a social media monitoring cell in the Ahmedabad city police and cyber crime branch. It was revealed through social media monitoring that the speech of the Home Minister was edited and made viral in a misleading manner. Satish Vansola and Rakesh Bariya, both profile holders, had posted this edited video from their Facebook social media handles. They are still under investigation for spreading this fake news among the public.

Politically Connected in Primary Investigation

Satish Vansola hails from Palanpur, while Rakesh Bariya belongs to Dahod Limkheda. Both are initially politically connected. Their phones have been seized for examination by the FSL. All investigations regarding the authenticity of the video and where it originated are ongoing.

PTI Fact Check Reveals Video as Fake

On Sunday (April 28), the Delhi Police filed an FIR against the edited video involving Central Home Minister Amit Shah. In this video, Shah was seen discussing the abolition of SC-ST and OBC quotas. However, PTI’s fact-checking revealed this video to be fake.

Bogus Charges Leveled by BJP

The BJP alleged that Amit Shah did not mention anything about ending reservations for Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST). The viral video is fabricated. BJP lodged a complaint against this video, and a decision was made nationwide to file FIRs.

BJP Declares Video as Fake

The IT cell head of the BJP, Amit Malviya, posted this fake edited video shared by the Telangana Congress on Facebook on April 27. He stated that the Telangana Congress is circulating edited videos, which are entirely false. Consequently, there is a heightened concern for potential violence. He further emphasized that many Congress leaders have shared this fake video, and now they should be prepared for legal action.

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