A photo of a man seen holding a stone in his hand and a police personnel lying upside down on the road, is being shared with a claim that it is from Delhi's Jahangirpuri.
The photo, which has been shared by several verified Twitter accounts and media outlets, is being shared in the backdrop of the communal clashes which broke out during a Hanuman Jayanti procession in Jahangirpuri on Saturday, 16 April.
As many as 20 people have been arrested in the case, including two juveniles.
However, we found the photo is from December 2019 from Gujarat's Ahmedabad when clashes broke out between a mob and police during the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protest.
Sharing the photo, Prem Narayan Pandey, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA from Uttar Pradesh's Tarabganj, wrote, "ये हाल है, दिल्ली में पुलिस का सोचो आम हिन्दू का क्या होगा?"
(Translation: This is the situation of police is Delhi, think what will happen to Hindus.)
WHAT WE FOUND
We conducted a reverse image search on the photo and found it in an article by The Times of India from December 2019.
The article read that during the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protest in Ahmedabad, protests broke out at Shah-e-Alam area of Ahmedabad when a mob clashed with the police.
"At least 30, including 12 policemen, among them officials including a DCP, and ACP and a PI, were injured due to stone pelting and assault," the report read.
Clearly, an old video from Ahmedabad is being shared on social media with the false claim that it is from Jahangirpuri.
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