PM Modi reaches Bageshwar Dham, Maharaj seems glad, claims this viral post on social media- here is fact check

PM Modi Bageshwar Dham Fact Check: There is a claim circulating on social media for the past few days that Prime Minister Modi visited Bageshwar Dham and had a meeting with Sant Dheerendra Shastri. Sant Dheerendra Shastri has been in the news for several days now due to some of his lectures, which went viral on social media, making various strange claims.

Following this, Dheerendra Shastri made similar claims on various media channels as well. Amidst all this, various claims are being made on social media, including one that Prime Minister Modi is also a devotee of Dheerendra Shastri. A picture is being shared on social media showing PM Modi present at Bageshwar Dham.

What is the claim being made on social media?

If we talk about the claim circulating on social media, it shows Prime Minister Narendra Modi standing with folded hands in front of Sant Dheerendra Shastri at Bageshwar Dham. Several YouTube channels have uploaded such videos, stating that the Prime Minister visited Bageshwar Dham to fulfil his request. One video mention that PM Modi suddenly ran towards Bageshwar Dham. In the thumbnail of the video, it can be seen that Sant Dheerendra Shastri is sitting, and PM Modi is shown paying his respects to him.

What is the truth of the viral claim?

Now, we inform you of the truth behind these viral claims on social media. These videos have been created by editing different pictures of PM Modi and Dheerendra Shastri. They have combined PM Modi’s image with another picture of Dheerendra Shastri. Prime Minister Modi did not visit Bageshwar Dham, nor did he meet Dheerendra Shastri.

All these claims are completely fake. The Press Information Bureau (PIB) has also fact-checked this claim. If you come across any such video, do not believe it and refrain from forwarding it mistakenly. It is crucial to exercise caution and not fall for such misleading content. Always verify the authenticity of any information before sharing it further to maintain a responsible online presence.

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