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Coronavirus: Truth about Dr Trehan’s hoax message about National Emergency in India

From this, it was clear that the message from the official Twitter handle of Medanta Hospital, clarifying that the viral message is fake, and Dr. Trehan has never made such a statement.

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In the times when Pandemic is making everyone anxious and stressed about the ongoing situation of coronavirus, the fake messages are taking all over the internet and to help you to identify and reveal the truth about the hoax going on about Dr. Naresh Trehan, chairman and managing director of Medanta Hospital, is going viral which claims that the Indian government is going to declare a national emergency, and suggests stocking up on essentials.

According to the reports of India Today, they found out that that the viral message is a hoax and thus has come up to the conclusion that Dr. Trehan didi not issued any such message.

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A message on Facebook was going viral which stated that “Just got news from Dr. TREHAN’s office through the PMO that India is going to declare a National Emergency in a day or two. Keep enough ration, medicines and enough cash.

Just got a news from Dr TREHAN’s office through the PMO that India is going to declare a National Emergency in a day or…

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The truth came up when he official Twitter handle of Medanta Hospital, clarifying that the viral message is fake, and Dr. Trehan has never made such a statement.

From this, it was clear that the message from the official Twitter handle of Medanta Hospital, clarifying that the viral message is fake, and Dr. Trehan has never made such a statement.

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