When journalists in a country bow down to politicians, what can you expect to gain from the fourth pillar of a democratic nation?
It gave many a surprise to see a reporter of one of the leading news agencies indulge in an act like this, that too when the UP chief minister cleared himself in a case pending against him since 1995.
— NDTV (@ndtv) December 27, 2017
An Asian News International (ANI) reporter can be seen touching CM Yogi Adityanath’s feet.
After Adityanath’s crowning as a CM of Uttar Pradesh, the media houses celebrated this ‘feat’.
Renowned journalist, Rahul Kanwal critised Donal Trump for the same reason, but rejoiced over Adityanath ‘divisive governance’.
The Prime Minister has not conducted a single press conference in over three years in office. Instead of questioning the PM and BJP, journalists at the gathering were keen to click selfies with him.
PM Modi mobbed by media in selfie frenzy at Diwali Milan in party's headquartershttps://t.co/ks2XVaSCq9
— NDTV (@ndtv) November 28, 2015
Yes they should actually to ask why NDTV isnt getting any 'official' ads.Speaking truth to power has its financial costs & we're paying it https://t.co/IkHRLBQWo7
— sonia singh (@soniandtv) December 19, 2017
Now you can imagine, what is wrong with this nation’s media system.
And decide for yourself whom to believe!
An analysis done by Alt News, written by Siasat Web Team