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Viral WhatsApp message creates a buzz on `Bharat Bandh` - Is it true?

The attack at an Army camp in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir, on Sunday left 18 soldiers dead.


Viral WhatsApp message creates a buzz on `Bharat Bandh` - Is it true?
Photographs of Indian Army soldier Gangadhar Dalai, who was killed in a militant attack in Uri, Kashmir, are displayed by villagers on Indian flags in Jamuna Balia village, west of Kolkata.

New Delhi: A message has gone viral on instant messaging app WhatsApp, saying that the country will observe September 22 as a national day of mourning for 18 soldiers killed in terror attack at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.

The message says the country will observe a shutdown tomorrow (September 22, Thursday) to mourn the death of martyrs.

Even the analytics of zeenews.com suggests that people are looking for information on 'Bharat Bandh'.

The veracity of the WhatsApp message has, however, not been verified as yet.

 

Here is the message:

The attack at an Army camp in Uri on Sunday left 18 soldiers dead. Four terrorists who were killed were carrying food and medicine packets with Pakistan markings on it and a preliminary investigation suggested the terrorists are from the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad.

India has launched an effort at the international level to isolate Pakistan for supporting terror.

From Zee News

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