USA students Thank India for supply Hydroxichloriquin, sing national anthem

Shared news on social media: A video viral on social media, it is being claimed that India has given the US a drug named Hydroxychloroquine to protect against coronavirus, due to which the students of America have recorded this video to thank India.

Below are few of the shared videos on social media

Put together by USA students to Thank India for supply of Hydroxichloriquin

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News Verification:

A video is going viral on social media in which some foreign youth are singing the national anthem of India (Jana Gana Mana). It is being claimed that India has given a drug called Hydroxychloroquine to the US to protect against corona virus, due to which the students of America have recorded this video to thank India.

It is not true, the video has nothing to do with current coronavirus epidemic around the world or with India giving Hydroxychloroquine to Americans.

The video going viral is about three years old. This video was uploaded by YouTuber Anisha Dixit on 12 August 2017. It is worth noting that Anisha herself is also seen in this video.

Anisha Dikshit writes, “Ricksters ! Happy Independence Day. On the occasion of our 71st Independence Day, I wanted to celebrate global freedom and diversity. Unity and diversity is what India is all about and so is this video. Please stand up and let's celebrate different people from the world singing THE INDIAN NATIONAL ANTHEM. SHARE if you are a Proud Indian!”

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Facts Check Verdict: False / Fake, the original video is much old

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Chetan Sharma is an Indian fact-checker and news writer, writing news for Ayupp since 2014.

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