Pakistani media are feeling the heat of criticism for spreading wrong information. According to the reports, Pakistan media recently misled mass people by reporting a bomb blast in Bengaluru ahead of the PAK vs AUS match which is scheduled to take place on October 20, 2023. However, there was no bomb blast in Bengaluru. Meanwhile, the journalists of Pakistan media have become a subject of criticism for spreading wrong information. Earlier Pakistan media faced criticism for filing a complaint with the ICC against the Indian crowd at Narendra Modi Stadium for inappropriate behavior. Now the Pakistan media are being backlashed for providing big misinformation about the bomb blast in Bengaluru where Men in Green will clash with Men in Yellow. You need to learn more about this story. Stick with this page and go through it till the end. Drag down the page.
Reportedly, some Pakistani journalists took to Twitter and wrote, “Blast in Bangalore raises security concern for Pakistan and other teams in World Cup. Meanwhile, Farid Khan, another Pakistani journalist echoed the voice of his co-journalist and said a bomb blast happened in Mudpipe cafe in Bangalore. His tweet reads, “Blast in Mudpipe cafe in Bangalore. Hope everyone is safe. Pakistan team had a practice session in Bangalore, and they play Australia in two days.”
Now it has become a question of interest whether a bomb blast really happened in Bengaluru ahead of the Pakistan vs Australia match. We did an investigation and we learned that no bomb took place in Bengaluru. However, the incident of the cylinder exploded indeed happened there but Pakistani journalists misled the audience by claiming it a bomb blast happened near the hotel where the Pakistan Team stayed. Initially, the tweets shared by a few Pakistani journalists misinformed many but later it was determined that a cylinder blasted.
While reflecting on Pakistani media’s act of spreading fake information, an Indian fan wrote, “They will cry & still won’t get a visa for any of these. Their team will face the wrath of the crowd in each one of these” Earlier the head coach of Pakistan, Mickey Arthur expressed his disappointment as there was no support for the Pakistani players in the crowd. Arthur said, “Look, I’d be lying if I said it didn’t. It didn’t seem like an ICC event to be brutally honest. It seemed like a bilateral series; it seemed like a BCCI event. I didn’t hear ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’ coming through the microphones too often tonight.”