Vivek Agnihotri has taken a dig at Wikipedia being biased at his movie The Kashmir Files.
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As the film The Kashmir Files by director Vivek Agnihotri gains traction in theatres, the left-liberal cabal is attempting to discredit it as propaganda and using whatever means imaginable to minimise the atrocities endured by Kashmiri Pandits. The open-source encyclopaedia Wikipedia plays a critical role in defining the narrative for the left-liberal segment of society and media. TrangaBellam, the left-wing Wikipedia contributor who vandalised author Vikram Sampath’s Wikipedia page, is now targeting the Kashmir Files Wiki page.
TrangaBellam made 23 modifications to the film’s Wikipedia page in the last 50 days, according to the Revision History. Please keep in mind that the list was compiled about 5 p.m. IST on March 14. The Revision History of a Wikipedia article changes constantly based on how editors add, remove, or reverse changes. Over 100 of the 250 additions made by the same editor between March 13 and March 14 were related to the Kashmir Files.
Several Wiki editors accused him of being biased towards the film and said he was eliminating real good ratings while adding negative ones to the Wiki page. OpIndia investigated the conversation between the editors and uncovered some startling revelations.
TrangaBellam was found to have reversed modifications made by a user called Krish, among others, on Wikipedia many times. When Krish protested to the alterations, TrangaBellam advised him to use Wikipedia’s Dispute Resolution Requests or Administrators’ noticeboard/Incidents (ANI), and then mentioned that he had previously kept a watch on Krish’s edits.