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Disabled Man sitting wheelchair with children surrounded picture is not from India

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News Claim: A picture has gone viral on social media in which a man is seen sitting in a wheelchair, surrounded by some children and a woman. The picture is being depicted in such a way that it is from India and the children seen in it are of a man sitting in a wheelchair.
Viral News Today:  जब इसकी 2 टांगें काम नहीं कर रही तब इसनें तीसरी टांग के दम पर 8 बच्चे कर दिए! पर इनको राशन-रोजगार देना सरकार की जिम्मेदारी है?

80 करोड़ को राशन

हंगने को संडास घर

रहने को घर

इलाज को आयुष्मान

आदि मुफ्त की सुविधाएं कब तक कितनों को दोगे

आवादी तो बढ़ती जाएगी

मोदी जी 2 बच्चों के बाद नसबंदी अनिवार्य करें व 3-4लाख प्रोत्साहन राशि दें

सारा पैसा विश्वास जीतने में खर्च न कर अपने वोटर का ध्यान रखें

News Verification: As the population control law is in full swing in the country at this time. The Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh has also presented the draft of the population law. Meanwhile, a picture has started going viral on social media in which a man is seen sitting on a wheelchair, surrounded by seven children’s.

The picture is being shared on social media with different captions.

Ayupp News Team found that this picture is not of India but of Bangladesh. Actually, this picture is of a Rohingya Muslim family that was taken in a refugee camp located in Bangladesh. This picture was taken in 2017 by a Bangladeshi photographer named Probal Rashid.

On searching the picture on the Google search engine, we got news from the international magazine dodho, in which this picture is present. The website says, “A portrait of Mohammad Alamgir, 40, and his family. Mohammad is disabled due to polio, fled with his family from recent violence in Myanmar, and has taken shelter in Kutupalong refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar.”

 

News verdict: False, this picture is not from India

 

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