Yet Another Elephant Death & Fake Environmentalism

Step 1: Produce no proof but just make statements to that effect, just adding the images of Isha Center & Adiyogi statue — which have absolutely no relevance in the matter.

This is exactly how fake news gets sprouted and some influencers and dumb news media then picks this tweet up to parrot the same lines.

Step 2: Add more drama to the incident

Sigh … I think these guys have no idea called ‘burden of proof’ and who it lies with according to the law!

Step 3: Let some influencers pick it up

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