The footage of a man setting fire to a petrol station is not from Haryana; instead, it is from Iran, and a personal feud caused the incident.
We found eNama, a video-sharing service based in Tehran, when we reverse searched the video fragments. Using magnifier tools to examine the video bits more closely shows that the number plate of the accused's vehicle does not match the Indian number plate format, and it was written in Persian.
In the footage, the emblem of the petrol bunk dispenser was also seen up close. The search results for the dispenser did not match any of the Indian gasoline businesses.
Young Journalists Club reports that on June 10, a person on a motorcycle set fire to a petrol station in Rafsanjan, said Colonel Aramoun, the head of the Rafsanjan police command. Investigation revealed that a personal dispute with the gas station agents was the reason behind the incident.
Even Boom Live, a fact checking organization, had contacted FactNameh, an Iranian fact checking organization, who informed them the hoarding in the background was of a carpet cleaning company called Setareh Kavir. The company's Instagram profile claims to be ''The first and only fully automatic carpet washing in Rafsanjan.'' (translated from Persian)
Because the event did not occur in Haryana's state, we assess this claim as false. Furthermore, the motorist set fire to a gas station, but rather than being upset by rising fuel expenses, some personal conflicts prompted this occurrence.