It is clear that the video is accompanied by a misleading claim that it is from Uttar Pradesh. This e-rickshaw full of policemen was recently overturned in Rajasthan.
A video of an e-rickshaw overturning on a road filled with water is being widely shared on social media. in the viral video, some police officials can be seen sitting on the e-rickshaw. Describing the video as from Uttar Pradesh, people are taking a jibe at CM Yogi Adityanath.
West Uttar Pradesh Congress Sevadal shared a video with the caption "Today, the Uttar Pradesh Police would have got drowned in Yogi Ji's development".
In our investigation, we found that the viral video is misleading. The video is not from Uttar Pradesh but from Dausa in Rajasthan.
After doing reverse image research on google using the keyframes of the video, we found a report by "Dainik Bhaskar" which contained a frame from the viral video. According to this news published on October 1, this accident took place in Bandikui town of Dausa district. This e-rickshaw was full of policemen overturned due to water-logging on the road near Agra Gate.
We also found the same video published on the 'Navbharat Times' YouTube channel on October 2, 2021, as per the video of the incident is from Rajasthan's Dausa district.
Further, we found that UP Police also debunked the claim from their official handle and clarified that the incident is not from Uttar Pradesh but from Dausa in Rajasthan.
In conclusion, it is clear that the video is accompanied by a misleading claim that it is from Uttar Pradesh. This e-rickshaw full of policemen was recently overturned in Rajasthan.
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