How to get your wedding ceremony fake news on social media and get your pictures out in the wild article Fake wedding ceremony images will be posted on social networking sites, such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest, and Snapchat, in the days ahead.
According to the organisers of the wedding ceremony in the pictures, the event was held in New Delhi on August 8.
The bride and groom are seen in the photograph wearing black jackets and the bride’s face is clearly visible.
The groom’s face was not visible on the wedding cake.
The organisers of this wedding are a small wedding organisation in Kolkata.
They do not want to give any publicity about the wedding.
The organisers of a wedding in Delhi on Saturday night did not return calls from The Indian Express.
The fake wedding is likely to be a big deal.
According to a report in The Hindu, the groom, who was not seen on the cake, is now the target of a fake Twitter post.
The fake tweet read, “This is not a fake marriage, we are doing this for your honour and we have a lot of love and respect for you.”
This is a very serious situation.
We have got to keep our promises.
There is no need for fake wedding.
The BJP has been accused of being behind the fake wedding on social platforms.
The party’s spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad told reporters that the party is not in favour of fake weddings.
“We are in favour (of) any kind of ceremony and we don’t allow it.
It is unfortunate that we are getting accused of it,” he said.