CLAIMA video showing a brawl is being shared on Facebook claiming that Kashmiri workers were beaten up in Chandigarh after the Pulwama attack that took place on 14 February.The video shows a group of people in a hotel smashing cutlery in rage and roughing up some people who appear to be staff members.The clip has been shared on Facebook at least a couple of thousand times. One caption reads “protesters beat kashmiri workers in chandigardh” [sic].While some bought it, some social media users pointed out that the video was fake.No, 13 Sniffer Dogs Were Not Killed in the Pulwama Terror AttackFACTAlthough Kashmiris have been facing intimidation in several states after the Pulwama attack, the video here is actually from a wedding reception held in Piccadily Hotel in Delhi’s Janakpuri area.The video had first gone viral on 11 February, a few days before the Pulwama attack. The commotion depicted in the video happened after the wedding guests clashed with hotel staff for allegedly serving cold food.As reported by Times of India, the said hotel is owned by Jessica Lall’s killer Manu Sharma. The hotel staff told police that some inebriated guests barged into the kitchens and smashed the plates as can be seen in the video. The chaos went on for nearly half an hour. Two guests and a staff member were charged under Section 107/151 of the CrPC (disruption of peace), TOI reported.Video of Blast From Syria Shared as CCTV Footage of Pulwama AttackThis story was first debunked by BoomLive.(Not convinced of a story you came across on social media and want it verified? Send us the details on WhatsApp at 9910181818 and we'll fact-check it for you. You can also read all our fact-checked stories here.)(The Quint is now available on Telegram and WhatsApp. For handpicked stories every day, subscribe to our Telegram and WhatsApp channels) We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.