Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain actress Saumya Tandon recently dismissed allegations that she used a fake ID to procure COVID-19 vaccine. A few reports suggested that Saumya used an ‘admin identity card’ to get the vaccine by dubious and fraudulent means. A fake ID with her photograph and name has also been circulating on social media, reacting to which, Saumya said that the fake ID was without a stamp, and that anyone could have made it and circulated it on social media.
Saumya Tandon took to her Twitter account to set the record straight, and tweeted that she took the vaccine dose from a vaccination center near her house, and not from a facility in Thane, as claimed by a few media reports. She further urged fans not to believe unverified claims. When a social media user shared a picture of the ID that had been circulating on Twitter, Saumya replied to it and said it was ‘fake.’
“Contrary to some media reports claiming that I have taken my first Covid vaccine dose from A facility in Thane by dubious means is untrue. I have taken my first jab but from a centre near my house following proper procedures. Please don’t believe in unverified reports and claims,” she wrote.
Saumya Tandon, while speaking with Indian Express, said that the ID card lacked a stamp, which proves that it was fake, and anyone could have made it using a photograph of her which is available on the Internet. “Anyone can make such IDs using my passport picture that’s available on Google images,” she said.
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