China shuts more than 150 online account for spreading rumors about market fall
More than 200 people were accused and got punished for spreading rumors against several things in this Chinese market fall time.
According to the officials, there were two report, first was about a man who jumped to his death after the market fall and the second was about the death count in Tianjin blast which was said around 1,300 but was actually around 150.
The Chinese Ministry of Public Security published a statement on its website regarding the rumors and even wrote that around 200 people were found doing these and even were punished. Even more than 150 online accounts were banned.
Chinese government requested people to not to believe any of these rumors.