Claim- An image was uploaded on Facebook with a Hindi Caption "कल हिमाचल के सोनल में 10 जवान शहीद हुए और कई घायल हो गए इन शहीदों को शत शत प्रणाम".
This picture is not defining truth its a fake caption.
There is an image which is viral since the incident of crash of a four-storey building in Solan in Himachal Pradesh due to heavy rains, last week. This Picture on social Media is increasingly becoming viral.
In this viral Image, there are some coffins, wrapped in our national Flag (tricolor) inside the plane in the photo. And it claims that these are the bodies of the ten soldiers who were martyred in Solan's incident.
Where the reality is this Viral Image is not belongs to Solan's building Collapse, this picture came from the Martyr Jawans on 14th February in the terrorist attack in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir.
This Picture on social Media has been viral with the caption written on it- "yesterday, 10 jawans were killed in Sonal in Himalachal and many injured were given to these martyrs (कल हिमाचल के सोनल में 10 जवान शहीद हुए और कई घायल हो गए इन शहीदों को शत शत प्रणाम").
This image is not from Solan's building crash incident, infect this picture belongs to the Martyr Jawans, the martyred Indian soldiers from the Pulwama terrorist attack. And this picture was clicked when martyred Indian soldiers had taken to their hometown for cremation.
This can be figure out only with simple effort by using google reverse image. It was updated on 16th February in the article with headline After the Pulwama attack, bodies of Indian soldiers were sent to their hometown for funeral.
IF you go through with reverse image you can easily find this picture in the related news Pulwama Attack In Hindi News Paper "DAINIK BHASKAR" which is a Hindi News Site. Here you can easily find the real image with Real News.
Shared image belongs to Pulwama terrorist attack which is 5 months old. This picture does not have any connection with Solan incident.
Viral picture on Social Media with solan's building crash claim was false. This shared picture haven't any thread with Himachal's incident.