Who are the ones sharing it?: Sudarshan News' Editor-in-Chief Suresh Chavhanke, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Sadhvi Prachi, and Major Surendra Poonia are some of the people who shared the claim.
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An archive of this tweet can be seen here.
Why is it relevant?: The claim come in the backdrop of BBC's three-part documentary titled 'India: The Modi Question'.
But..?: While BBC did use the wrong map of India, the graphic seen in the claims is taken from a 2015 video story which has been taken down and is not available for viewing.
How do we know this?: While examining claims on social media, we came across a tweet by tech entrepreneur Anil K Antony, who shared a few similar screenshots.
He mentioned that it showed "some past shenanigans of BBC" which used "truncated maps without Kashmir."
This tweet carried the screenshot from the claim, which showed a headline "Modi Miles: Why is India PM Narendra Modi always flying?"
Another screenshot showed an article with the headline, "US Election 2020: What do countries around the world from Joe Biden?"
An old BBC report: We looked for it on BBC's website but came across an article that was taken down "for editorial reasons."
This article was published on 12 November 2015.
It mentioned, "This video originally used an inaccurate map of India" and that they had "taken the decision to remove the video" in light of that error.
Further, another report from 17 January 2021 carried an incorrect map of India, which was later updated with a note that mentioned that "the error was corrected."
Conclusion: The screenshot showing an incorrect map of India in a BBC report is of an old report from 2015, which has since been taken down.