We all are aware of the tough situation going on in the country, ever since the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Bill. The nation is divided into two parts, one who is standing with the government and supporting the Bill, the other one is standing against it.
From students protesting to unknown mob attacking the students, a lot of violent scenes are being observed in the country. Amidst all this, PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah came up with an idea, where they asked the citizens to give a miss call on a number to show support towards the passage of Bill.
Here, check out the tweet of Home Minister Amit Shah:
मैं सभी देशवासियों से अपील करता हूँ कि प्रधानमंत्री श्री नरेंद्र मोदी जी द्वारा पाकिस्तान, बांग्लादेश और अफगानिस्तान से आए अल्पसंख्यकों को न्याय व अधिकार देने वाले CAA पर अपना समर्थन देने के लिए 8866288662 पर missed call दें।#IndiaSupportsCAA pic.twitter.com/BYPuoU2oIN
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) January 3, 2020
However, the supporters of the bill are leaving no stones unturned to make people give a missed call on this number. From making the number go viral as the ‘leaked number of an actress’ to getting the subscription of a streaming application, people are making a lot of fake news, in order to make the number go viral.
One of the fake news was tweeted by a Twitter user, where he asked the people to give a missed call on a number if they want to get a free account of Netflix. The Twitter user wrote:
“Want Free Netflix subscription for 6 months?
Call 8866288662 and get Username and Password.
Promotional offer, valid only for first 1000 callers,
Try your luck”
Here, check out the screenshot of the deleted Tweet:
However, the twitter user would have never imagined that Netflix will come up with a savage reply to his fake news. Yes, Netflix India replied.
Giving a hilarious reply to the Twitter user, Netflix India wrote:
“This is absolutely fake. If you want free Netflix please use someone else’s account like the rest of us.”
Here, check out the tweet of Netflix:
This is absolutely fake. If you want free Netflix please use someone else's account like the rest of us. https://t.co/PHhwdA3sEI
— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) January 4, 2020
Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
@NetflixIndia, I know this is a trap to find out who’s using others’ accounts.
— Praband Bhatt (@praband) January 4, 2020
Netflix got no chill & how! 🔥
— idk, google empathy (@TheSortedChaos) January 4, 2020
Best Friend : Whose Netflix account do you use?
— Aditya Saha (@adityakumar480) January 4, 2020
Probably @NetflixIndia doesn't have humour genre 😂😂
Well done @MuralikrishnaE1 for exposing the Anurag Kashyap Sena 😂
— AParajit Bharat 😌 (@AparBharat) January 4, 2020
— Girish (@GirishNaught) January 4, 2020
Thank u for making that number viral😂😂
— RiseOfBurnol🇮🇳 (@RiseofBurnol) January 4, 2020
You're wrong Netflix. NASA has confirmed it. 😄😄
— UncouthVillageYouth (@UncthVllgeYouth) January 4, 2020
Ha ha ha whoever handles this account take a bow 😉
— RJ ginnie (@rjginnie) January 4, 2020
— Isolated khopda (@roflchopra) January 4, 2020
These CAA supporters have hit a new low. 🤦🏼♂️🤦🏼♂️
— Lahm (@eylahm07) January 4, 2020
Hahaha, Netflix busts a secret that was a no secret 😁
— Santosh Addagulla (@santoshspeed) January 4, 2020