Another fake news sensation has created!

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The Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani Circular has issued a call canceled by PNB for identification of journalists who have been faked with fake news reports to ban them in the face of fake news campaigns and evidence of the dismissal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Narendra Modi immediately responded to Smriti Irani Circular, saying that journalists with PIB identity cards do not write fake news and social media booming.

Now another fake news sensation has created.

The fake news of the ‘Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) 2016’, which was launched by the Narendra Modi government, was worth over Rs 4 lakh worth of unaccounted assets or loans of over 9 lakh crore NPAs, which resulted in large-scale borrowing of corporate houses from public banks under the UPA government. The ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party was postponed on April 14, while the Prime Minister’s website also noted the news in the media section. After that, the Prime Minister’s ‘Namo’ App has been widely shared. NDA MPs and MLAs are still sharing the news with the BJP. The BJP party and the Prime Minister’s website removed it as soon as the news became fake.

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In the last few years, the government has collected over Rs 4 lakh crore worth of unaccounted assets worth Rs 9 lakh crore. It can be regarded as the honor of any government whatever the government does. Write with coins. The ‘Alter News’ website is an outlet on the Internet to find out where the fake news has been born before, according to a report titled ‘4 Lock Crisis NPAS Return to Two Insolvency System: Official’ with Economic Times.

The news reported that a total of Rs 9 lakh crore or Rs 4 lakh crore was collected under the IBC -2016, which is less than half of its total liabilities in public banks. The news is also told by an officer. The news was brought from the Economic Times magazine ‘IANS’. Corporate Industry Secretary Inceti Srinivas said that the industry chamber consolidation of Indian Industry was about to overcome the issue of bankruptcy and said it has collected Rs 4 lakh crore.

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The news website ‘Postcard News’ has been published to promote fake news. Published by ‘Massive Crackdown by Modi Government on NPS’. “Modi has collected a total of Rs 4 lakh crore, which is 44.44 percent of the total loan amount of Rs 9 lakh crore given by Congress during the Congress. The BJP and its affiliate unions, who have the most trusted postcard news, have picked up this news. Share. In the fake news case, Postcard News Editor Mahesh Vikram Hegde was arrested on March 30 by police in Bangalore. At present, the NPAs worth Rs 9.5 lakh crore have risen so much that the BJP has come to power in 2014.

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Anyone who has been charged with bad loans of Rs 4 lakh crore has also expressed surprise at regularly chartered accountants. While RBI had tried to collect data on the issue, the Minister of State for Finance Shiva Prasad Shukla revealed the data of RBI data in March in Rajya Sabha. The Rs 2.73 lakh crore bad debt was Rs 29,343 crore, he said. The bankruptcy of bank loans is different from debt waver. Without a difference between social media and news. There are many different ways to collect right off loans. The Modi government has adopted the ‘IBC -2016’ policy to accumulate rayon loans. Shukla said, however, it was 10.77 percent of the gross non-performing assets.

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The ‘Alter News’ reporter for the final explanation was asked by the corporate affairs secretary Srinivas, that the media was misinterpreted. “We have deposited 50% of the total assets of banks under IBC. An amount of Rs 3.30 lakh crore has been handed over to the National Company Law Tribunal and Rs 83,000 crore settled before the Tribunal report. Only four lakhs would be crossed if they were combined. ” He should know why he should add to the unaccounted loans of Rs. 83,000 crores. That’s the original news, so it became a fake news. Like the Economic Times, Srinivas news was published by Indian Express and First Post Magazine, but it was doubtful that the entire collection was certainly not.

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