A video about a woman wearing a burqa who escaped from the first floor of a building is very viral on the messaging platform. It is said that Muslim women who were caught shopping in the middle of a national lockdown tried to escape from the police. The ‘Jabir Hayaat Ansari AIMIM’ Facebook page shares clips with the title, “Drama drama and only drama. These women have come out to shop during locking. The police took the shop owner and locked these women inside the shop. “He has now deleted the tweet but the same information is used by several other users.

[Translated from: *तमाशा तमाशा और सिर्फ तमाशा* ये औरते lockdown में शॉपिंग करने गयी थी पुलिस ने दुकान मालिक को बाहर निकाल कर उन सब औरतो को शॉप में लॉक कर दिया!!]

* तमाशा तमाशा और सिर्फ तमाशा *

Lock े औरते lockdown में शॉपिंग करने गयी थी ने नकान मालिक को बाहर निकाल कर उन सब औ तो तो तो ो ो ओ फि फि ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,

Posted by Shakir Hussain Ansari on Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Other pages ‘Like All Pages’ together with the following message, “rana khawateen br kr k shopping kr rhe, when khtm hva to police ne bahar s seal kr him, ab khawateen chalang mar rhe h … .. dekheaye.” However the most outstanding claims reads, “Aaj ki taza khabar yeh aourton ko shopping to baghair mout ajaty, lock mein police ne owner ko baher karke showroom ko key kardiye, lekin yeh ooper shop woman mein chup gayee thein baad mein balcony se tamasha dekho.” Alt News has received several fact-checking requests that carry the same message.

Video capture in Pakistan

A stockpiling shop – ‘Tariq bookstore’ – is seen at the end of the video. A ‘Hot N Spicy’ restaurant can also be seen.

According to Google maps, the Tariq bookshop is located in the Defense V Defense Housing Authority Commercial Area, Karachi, Pakistan. It’s right next to Hot N Spicy. As per Google maps, both stores are located in the Khadda market.

Active Image Google street view it further reinforces the exact location where the video was recorded.

1. Red square – Hot N Spicy Restaurant

2. Blue box – Aerosoft Hoarding

3. Yellow box – Zen Academy wall advertisement

4. Orange box – Street lights

Old video

The ‘Khadda Market’ keyword search on Facebook led us to the video starting in 2015. One Jibran Waghani from Karachi, Pakistan shared the same video on June 13, 2015. The clip has 1.8 lakhs and more than 5,000 shares. He wrote, “FIA chapa (raid) in the Khadda market.” FIA is an abbreviation of the Federal Investigation Agency.

Fia chapa at the khadda market

Posted by Jibran Waghani on Saturday, June 13, 2015

A YouTube channel uploaded videos and wrote that sex workers fled after the FIA ​​attack on a brothel in Karachi. The same description is used by Daily Motio video sharing applicationn who credits the recording to Pakistani media outlets Ary News.

The 5-year video from Pakistan is therefore shared with a false claim that Muslim women were caught shopping while locked up in India.

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