The Indian government on Monday published false information on cricketer Arshdeep Singh's Wikipedia page linking him to the separatist Khalistani movement.

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Singh faced attacks from some users on social media after he dropped a crucial catch in the thrilling Super 4 Asia Cup clash between India and Pakistan.

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After Miss was caught, information on her Wikipedia page was changed to associate her with the separatist Khalistani movement

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According to the edit history of the cricketer's Wikipedia page, an unregistered user replaced the word "India" with "Khalistan" at several places in the profile.

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Changed his name to "Major Arshdeep Singh Bajwa". But Wikipedia editors reversed the changes within 15 minutes.

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Some elements of Pakistan, accused of associating him with the Khalistani movement, have criticized hate speech, misinformation and fake news.

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Pakistan needed 34 runs to win when Ravi Bishnoi came to bowl in the 18th over. Arshdeep Singh dropped a relatively easy catch to Asif Ali.

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Which led to a huge momentum shift and Pakistan won by five wickets. Pacer Arshdeep Singh was called to bowl the last over but could not save seven runs.

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