The Press Council mentioned: Do not unfold misinformation by means of social media

November 3, Kathmandu. The Press Council of Nepal has objected to the misuse of the title of the media and spreading rumors and misinformation on social media about political events and candidates.

During the silent interval of the House of Representatives and State Assembly elections to be held on Sunday, the information of assorted events and candidates made utilizing the masthead of assorted media shops have been transmitted on Saturday by means of social media.

Ramsharan Bohra, co-spokesperson and deputy administrative officer of the council, mentioned that when data was requested from the related media concerning such information content material, they didn’t broadcast information on that subject and acquired data that it was faux information.

The Council has requested to pay attention to rumours, misinformation, and faux information which will affect the election. The Council has requested to not put up, share, touch upon social media, and to not put up, share, or touch upon any form of misinformation, false data, misleading feedback, with the intention of influencing the delicate time of the election.