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Don t indulge in rumour-mongering: DGIPR on Ayodhya verdict

The Maharashtra Cyber Department and the state s Director General of Information and Public Relations (DGIPR) is keeping a close eye on social media to curb rumour-mongering and are fully prepared to handle any situation after the verdict on the Ayodhya land dispute case. We are fully prepared for the situation arising post-Ayodhya verdict. We have appealed everyone not to indulge in any kind of rumour-mongering. We will soon issue a WhatsApp number to report any kind of fake news or provocative messages related to the verdict, Brijesh Singh, Special Inspector General of Police, Maharashtra Cyber Cell told ANI.He said that an in-house team has been set up that is keeping a close watch on any provocative social media posts related to the matter. We have an in-house team which is keeping a close watch on such social media posts related to the issue. We had a set up during Maharashtra elections to keep a watch and the same is being carried forward post the verdict, Singh stressed. We ..


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