No, Supreme Court didn’t approve logo for teachers to put on vehicles. The claim is false

The fake news was debunked by PIB’s Fact Check handle.
The claim is false.(Twitter/PIB)
The claim is false.(Twitter/PIB)
Published on Feb 07, 2020 05:20 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByTrisha Sengupta

In case you have come across posts which claim that Supreme Court has approved a logo for the teachers to put on their vehicle, beware – the claim is false. The fake news was debunked in a tweet shared by government of India’s press information bureau’s (PIB) Fact Check handle.

“Claim: Supreme court has approved a logo for the teachers to put on their vehicles. Reality: This is a #FAKENEWS. No such directive has been given by SC,” PIB tweeted.

Along with the tweet, they also shared an image which many are sharing. The image shows a sun, a book, and a pen inside cupped hands. The book also reads “I want. I can. I will”.

Last month, PIB tweeted and debunked news about a false government job listing. Messages and emails regarding a job under Rashtriya Jeevandayee Arogya Swasth Sanstha/Yojana were being shared online. PIB busted the false job listing and confirmed that the scheme does not exist.

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