Facts Check: Kolkata Police on fake notification on Eid holidays

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Brief Outline: The message claims, In order to celebrate Eid festival, which falls on 12 June to 15 June, 2018, in a befitting manner, the Governor is pleased to declare State Government holiday on 12 to 15 June, 2018, in addition to 16 June, 2018 which has already been notified as a public holiday.

Facts Check: Fake

Viral news Examples: 

In order to celebrate Eid festival, which falls on 12 June to 15 June, 2018, in a befitting manner, the Governor is pleased to declare State Government holiday on 12 to 15 June, 2018, in addition to 16 June, 2018 which has already been notified as a public holiday

All State Government offices including educational institutions, Rural and Urban Local Bodies, Development Authorities, Boards, Corporations, State Government Undertakings and other parastatal under the state Government, shall remain closed/   

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Facts Check Analysis: The Kolkata police posted on twitter with a warning message that the message in circulation on the social media is fake and guilty would be punished. The fake notification was made viral on the social media on the sole purpose to create confusion among the people.

A fake notification is doing the rounds in social media about Eid Holidays. It is false. Those who have masterminded this will be strictly dealt with as per law.



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