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Alt News Displays Truncated Map of India, China & Pakistan Occupied Part of the Country Missing from the Map and Declared ‘Disputed’

WebdeskJun 16, 2021, 12:41 PM IST

Alt News Displays Truncated Map of India, China & Pakistan Occupied Part of the Country Missing from the Map and Declared ‘Disputed’

Propaganda website Alt News co-founder Pratik Sinha Tuesday tweeted a truncated map of India. China and Pakistan occupied parts of the country are missing from the map and declared ‘disputed’.

 

This is the same propaganda that China and Pakistan have been propagating all along.

 

This is not the first time when propaganda website Alt News and its founders Pratik Sinha and Mohammed Zubair have been caught peddling fake news and Pakistan’s propaganda.

 

Mohammed Zubair was booked by the Uttar Pradesh police on Tuesday for circulating fake and manipulated videos about the Ghaziabad incident with the intention to cause communal disturbance in society.

 

After illegally occupying a part of India’s territory, China and Pakistan want it to be declared disputed territory, a territory that has always belonged to India.

 

In Galwan, China had entered Indian territory and wanted to set tents there. But the Indian army did not let them do it.

In the resulting clashes, our 20 brave soldiers were martyred.

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