BOOM found that fake news originated from a spam site
BOOM found that the images are unrelated and not from the same underwater site.
The bogus message has been revived several times over the past decade.
The RBI dismissed the viral message and said no such order cancelling leaves had been issued by the central bank.
BOOM found that the online form was a hoax to dupe people into providing their information on a fake website.
BOOM spoke to Sourav Datta, a junior doctor from NRS Medical College, who rubbished such rumours doing the rounds.
1098 is in fact a helpline for street children in distress created by the CHILDLINE India Foundation.
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Child kidnapping rumours make a comeback. This time with a message in Malayalam.