Dr. Yasmin Rashid: Is She Alive or Dead? Death Hoax Disproved:
On social media, there is a trend of spreading false information. Nobody knows where these people come from or what their motivation is for spreading false information in the media. They do not receive any compensation or money as a result of it. They’re only doing it to make them feel at ease. Dr. Yasmin Rashid, a senior leader of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) and Provincial Health Minister, died of cancer.
This bogus information has spread across the internet. According to reports, this false information has gone viral on the internet, and many people, particularly in Pakistan, are taking it seriously.
Dr. Yasmin Rashid: Is She Alive or Dead?
The Provincial Health Minister spoke out about this serious issue in an interview with Lahore News. She stated that she was in perfect health. Her health was also in good shape. And now I’m at the office. Those who spread false information in my name will be arrested and punished as soon as possible.
آپ سب کا بہت شکریہ-
اللہ کے کرم سے، الحمداللہ میں بالکل ٹھیک ہوں اور صحتمند ہوں- pic.twitter.com/kvXPLMkjKE
— Dr. Yasmin Rashid (@Dr_YasminRashid) March 20, 2022
When the news broke on social media, she was extremely offended. People don’t even check where they’re getting their information from. They simply noticed it in any post and began responding to it. People were so naive that they didn’t bother to explain anything. If used correctly, social media can be beneficial. It will be harmful to others if it is not done in this manner. She responds and comments on social media in this regard. Anyone who spreads false information about me will find me in prison sooner or later.
The Death Hoax of Dr. Yasmin Rashid Has Been Disproven
In response to the widespread reports of her death, the Health Minister took to Twitter to express her gratitude for everyone’s prayers and well-wishes. I’m fine and well, Alhamdolillah. Any other information is simply false. Aside from that, there was an earlier rumour about her that spread across the internet. During the pandemic, Yashmeen was said to have died twice from Corona. The news was later discovered to be false. During the corona, she was perfectly fine. These kinds of rumours spread quickly, and finding the victim was difficult.