GHAZIABAD: Police in Ghaziabad detains two men for\u00a0allegedly sharing a fake\u00a0video clip on WhatsApp, which was also tweeted and then deleted by the Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. \n\n\n\nThe duo allegedly forwarded the same clip on WhatsApp hours after Mr. Khan on Friday tweeted the now-deleted seven-year-old video of violence from Bangladesh and claimed it to be the case of police brutality against Muslims in Uttar Pradesh.\n\n\n\nAccording to The Indian Express reports, upon getting information, the police traced the videos of the two groups, the admin of the WhatsApp\u00a0group, who are based out of Ghaziabad\u2019s Murad Nagar was asked to file two different FIRs\u00a0and gathered information about the participants who shared the alleged video. \n\n\n\nNeeraj Jadaun, SP Rural, Ghaziabad told the paper that the two have been booked under relevant sections of the IT Act and arrest will be made soon.\n\n\n\nThe SP refused to share the names of the two men but said one is run by a media person and the other by a lawyer. \n\n\n\nIn a major embarrassment, Khan posted the video with a caption, "Indian police's pogrom against Muslims in UP," Khan had tweeted.\n\n\n\nThe video showed police action against a group of people in Bangladesh. At one point in the video, a policeman could be seen holding a shield of RAB, proving it to be a scene from Bangladesh.\n\n\n\nThe RAB is an anti-terrorism unit of the Bangladesh Police.