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An incomplete story published by BBC has again defined how much it hates India and tries to find all the opportunity to divide its people.

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Multiple Fake news claims-: An incomplete story published by BBC has again defined how much it hates India and tries to find all the opportunities to divide its people.

This is from Ahmedabad, Gujarat.


A Muslim kid's birthplace is mentioned as Pakistan instead of Ahmedabad in his birth certificate.

This Muslim family is scared now, they are trying to get remove this discrepancy.

Action should be taken against that officer who did this.

In #Ahmedabad, #Gujarat, #India an Officer issued a birth certificate of a #IndianMuslim child birthplace in '#Pakistan' - BBC News

The family is very upset, scared, why was it done to them.

Watch full video :https://youtu.be/7a7BV9ArHbs #NRC #CAA #NPR #NRC_CAA_NPR

 

 

Facts Check Verdict: True

News Verification: An incomplete story published by BBC has again defined how much it hates India and tries to find all the opportunity to divide its people.

Multiple users shared the incomplete news information by BBC, it published a news story of a child born in India, while mentioned in his certificate as that of Pakistan.

Many social media users shared the information as “A Muslim kid's birthplace is mentioned as Pakistan instead of Ahmedabad in his birth certificate.”.

Below is the screenshot of the viral certificate content as shown by BBC. As mentioned in Gujarati, Pakistan Railway Crossing.

 

As mentioned by timesofindia, The crossing in the area is informally referred to as ‘Pakistan crossing’ as it is near a Muslim-dominated locality housing around 2,200 families referred to as ‘Chhota Pakistan’. The area is officially named ‘Vasant Gajendragadkar Nagar EWS Housing’ named after the state’s first general secretary of the Jan Sangh Party in Gujarat.

Bhavin Joshi, who is in-charge of Registrar of Birth and Death, said, “We have checked the child’s records and found that our official record mentions the same address that was entered in the VS Hospital register. The record shows that the father of the child has even signed the register attesting the records. They should have raised objection at that time.”

So it is clear from the timesofindia article that the parents have already seen the document mentioning Pakistan Railway crossing in the hospital where the child was born and they did sign it,  

As per the latest information by timesofindia, The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has removed the phrase “Pakistan railway crossing” as a landmark from the birth certificate of Mohammed Uzerkhan, the 18-month-old boy of Arbazkhan Pathan and Mahekbanu Pathan, who was born on October 1, 2018.

It is shocking the BBC video talks show more about fear-mongering and how CAA is going to affect Indian Muslims.





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