After Haryana Police, J&K Police too pulls up Madhu Kishwar for spreading fake news


Madhu Kishwar, a known supporter of the RSS and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, faced social media embarrassment for yet another piece of fake news. This time, she was at the receiving end by the Jammu and Kashmir Police, which exposed her for posting fake news on Twitter.

Kishwar on Monday had taken to Twitter to post a series of tweets targeting the Jammu and Kashmir Police and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. This was after after one Ibne Sena alleged that the state police had taken his elderly father into custody for no fault.

Continuing with her rants against the police and Mufti, Kishwar wrote, “Shocked to learn from @neelakantha that @spvaid –the DG of J&K actually suspended the SP who killed Burhan wani in an encounter–all because @MehboobaMufti was upset at killing of Burhan. A DG playing doormat to jehadi politicians– Is this what IPS training is all about?”

The Jammu and Kashmir Police was quick to respond to her tweet informing her that Kishwar’s tweet on the alleged suspension of the SP was fake. The Jammu and Kashmir Police’s tweet read, “More than shocked to read concoted information being shared by a senior journalist like you @madhukishwar .No SP has been suspended.Kindly check before sharing such information. (sic)”

Earlier in March this year, the Gurugram Police in Haryana had exposed utter lies spread by Kishwar, who had sensationally claimed that five of those who attacked the school bus carrying children had Muslim names.

Kishwar has been a serial offender when it comes to spreading fake news and lies on social media. She had once shared a photo of poor road conditions in Bangladesh passing it off as a sign of deteriorating infrastructure of Bihar.