Are Rangers WhatsApp helpline hilarious messages Fake or Real?

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To assure well being of citizens and providing them quick response over any unlawful activity, Sindh Rangers took a bold initiative. Just around a day ago they launched a WhatsApp helpline, using which citizens can get some serious complaints to the paramilitary force on just a text or audio/ video message on WhatsApp.

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The Rangers helpline was designed to get quick alert over the unlawful activities or in some emergency. With the launch Rangers can be reached on WhatsApp number 0316-2369996 or at email to [email protected]

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Just within a day netizens have found some bogus texts to Rangers on WhatsApp, and they have just gone viral.

After these messages have become a laughing stock for the social media users, some avid WhatsApp user have claimed that these messages are fake and are self created by doing photoshop.

Whatever, they claim people are just sharing on these hilarious conversation between Rangers and citizens on WhatsApp.

Here are the hilarious messages to Rangers WhatsApp helpline:

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Rangers-WhatsApp-hilarious conversation (4)

Some WhatsApp users are quite sure that these images are fake, and are just photoshopped to bring out some laughter. These people tried to explicate their points with saying that time is same during all the messages, same Ufone SIM is being used in all messages, and the battery and signal have also remained constant in these series of hilarious WhatsApp messages.

Many users claimed that these are fake messages as if they would be real they would have screenshots not mobile phone in the pictures.

Yet now Sindh Rangers haven’t opened up over this issue, but it is also a matter of fact that these kind of bogus texts to law enforcement agencies and calls are nothing new in Pakistan.

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