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9 channels with 83 lakh subscribers busted, says PIB fact check unit

IndiaTimes Saturday, 2 December 2023
The PIB Fact Check Unit identified and exposed nine YouTube channels with a cumulative 83 lakh subscribers for spreading false information. These channels misattributed derogatory statements to the Chief Justice of India, the Prime Minister, and the chief election commissioner. The false information included claims about President's rule, EVM bans, and resignations of Union ministers. The YouTube channels used thumbnails and images of TV news channels to deceive viewers.
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