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Fact Check: ISRO has not made portal for access to worldwide radio stations, says Govt


Team Udayavani, Apr 12, 2021, 3:07 PM IST

Recently, a message claiming that ISRO has not developed a radio portal, ‘Radio Garden’, that enables people to listen to stations from across the world has been circulating on social media

However, the government has claimed that the viral message on social media talking about the portal is fake.

In a tweet, the government shared a fake message that encourages users to click on a link to listen to the stations.

“A message claiming that ISRO has developed a radio portal called “Radio Garden” that enables people to listen to stations from across the world is circulating on social media. #PIBFactCheck This claim is #FAKE. No such radio portal has been developed by #ISRO,” PIB tweeted

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