Be wary of fake messages, dera followers told

SANGRUR: Thousands of followers of Dera Sacha Sauda, Sirsa, from all 24 blocks of both Sangrur and Barnala today converged on the local Sangrur centre.

Tribune News Service

Sangrur, April 21

Thousands of followers of Dera Sacha Sauda, Sirsa, from all 24 blocks of both Sangrur and Barnala today converged on the local Sangrur centre. The followers got lessons on how to be careful of fake messages on social media regarding supporting any political party during the forthcoming general elections.

“Many miscreants have created fake accounts of dera on social media to create confusion among followers. Many politicians are also involved in it because they want to divide us by spreading false message. But everyone must be aware of it,” said Krishan Insan, Sangrur incharge of dera.

“The followers will take joint decision, if need arises, in supporting any party. At present our ‘Naam Charchas’ are going on across the state and we are also spreading awareness among followers on how to be careful from fake messages,” Ram Singh, a member of the political wing of the dera, said.

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