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Nashik Police has announced new communication rules for WhatsApp and phone calls.

The claim is baseless, as no such circular has been released by the Nashik police.

The claim is baseless, as no such circular has been released by the Nashik police.A post has been making rounds on social media, claiming that the Nashik police have released a new list of rules and regulations related to phone calls and Whatsapp use, and all users need to comply by these rules. The claim is baseless.

The post talks about new rules for Whatsapp and phone calls, which are to be implemented from the next day. Some of the post's claims are that all calls made will be recorded, all Whatsapp records will be saved, and everyone’s social media handles will be monitored.

No such information was shared on the official social media post or the official website of Nashik Police. Nor do the claims abide by the privacy policy of Whatsapp. Hence, the claim is false.

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