New Delhi, August 14.
The Supreme Court said that a post on social media was not true or good, because it used an old picture and untrue words from Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud.
A note from the highest court said that the Chief Justice of India has not issued a post, nor has he given permission for anyone else to do so.
The Supreme Court of India found out about a social media post that is being shared. This post tells people to protest against the authorities and includes a picture that is not related. The post also says something that the Chief Justice of India did not actually say. The Supreme Court says that this post is not real and is meant to cause trouble.
It means that they are working with the police to take the right steps to deal with the situation.
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