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‘Factory of faux knowledge’: Pranab Mukherjee’s children push aside rumours of his death, slam media


On Thursday morning, the children of old president Pranab Mukherjee took to Twitter to push aside rumours of his death and slam the media.

Reiterating that his father became as soon as ‘level-headed alive and haemodynamically stable’, Abhijit pushed aside the ‘hypothesis and pretend knowledge being circulated by reputed journalists on social media.’

This shows that Indian media has turn out to be a factory of faux knowledge, Abhijit extra talked about in his tweet.

The old president underwent lifesaving emergency surgical operation for brain clot on Monday. The 84-twelve months-outmoded, who had furthermore examined definite for COVID-19 earlier than the surgical operation, is on ventilator beef up at the Military’s Learn and Referral Sanatorium in Unusual Delhi.

Meanwhile, the old president’s daughter Sharmistha, who is a Congress leader, build up a tweet announcing that the rumours about her father are fraudulent and requested the media now to now not call her.

On Wednesday evening, Abhijit had tweeted that his father is “haemodynamically stable”. 

In a subsequent tweet he talked about: “Thank You for your honest needs.”

Mukherjee, 84, talked about on Monday on Twitter that he had furthermore examined definite for the unconventional coronavirus.

With inputs from PTI

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