BOOM found that the viral photos are not from any recent military exercise between China and Canada.
The Supreme Court in September 2018 had struck down section 497 of the Indian Penal Code which criminalised adultery.
The video actually shows an informal competition in 2012 between a Canadian and a US soldier in the US state of Indiana.
BOOM spoke to Colonel Aman Anand, a spokesperson for the Indian Army, who termed the claims 'fake and malicious'.
BOOM reached out to a spokesman of the Indian Army who rubbished the claim
BOOM found that the Army officer is retired captain PPS Dhillon who is not participating in the farmers' protests.
Indian Army's Director General of Military Operations said that reports of army's action in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir...
BOOM found that the viral photo dates back to 2010 and is not from the recent tribute ceremony for the four soldiers...
The claim originated from a professor at Renmin University of Beijing, but has not been confirmed by Chinese officials.
The Indian Army issued a statement rubbishing the claim and called it a malicious attempts to defame the institution
The two-month-old video was shot near Bird Island in Pangong Tso lake in Chinese-controlled Tibet.
BOOM found that the multi-faith prayer included the recitation of the sacred verses, mantras, hymns of different faiths.