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Fake Messages About Baba Ramdev’s Accident Death News Going Viral

Newdelhi:27/4/17:From few hours,  Some accident pictures of popular yoga guru Baba Ramdev are going viral social media platforms like Whatsapp, twitter & Facebook. Along with pictures, A message doing rounds on WhatsApp that yoga guru along with four others had been injured in a car accident while they were going from Pune to Mumbai. One of the photos shows Ramdev on a stretcher and crashed car. This news shocked all the well wishers and followers of Ramdev. But this news is fake and these pictures from 2011, when Yoga Guri met with an accident in Puna.

However, the highway control officers debunked the rumours. An officer told that: “No such incident has taken place on the Mumbai-Pune highway. The messages are fake. The viral images of the damaged car and Baba Ramdev being taken on a stretcher are from 2011 when the yoga guru was taken to a hospital in Bihar after an accident.




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