INDIA Alliance: INDIA, the alliance of opposition parties formed keeping the Lok Sabha elections in mind, had recently decided to refuse to send its representatives to many big anchors of the country, accusing them of spreading hatred in their TV programs. Opposing this, the ruling party BJP has condemned him. BJP has said that this step has been taken to threaten the journalists and it reflects the dictatorial thinking of the opposition, hence we strongly condemn its poor mentality.
BJP said this is an attempt to threaten the media
On behalf of BJP, party spokesperson and MP Anil Baluni has said that by boycotting journalists, the opposition parties have demonstrated their oppressive, dictatorial and negative mentality. BJP opposes such distorted mentality which curbs freedom of expression. He says that “the media was strangled during the Emergency and the parties involved in this arrogant alliance are working with the same anarchy.”
INDIA had boycotted 14 anchors
Let us tell you that on September 13, INDIA, a coalition of opposition parties, had decided that it would not participate in the shows of 14 anchors of the country. While sharing the list of such anchors, he had said that these people set up a shop of hatred every evening. We will not become their customers. He had further said that if these anchors improve themselves then we will withdraw our decision and if they do not do so then we can also decide not to advertise on their channels in future.
It is noteworthy that this alliance of opposition parties has been opposed not only by BJP but also by the News Broadcasters and Digital Association (NBDA). He has said in his statement that this decision of boycott will prove to be a dangerous example and it is against the values of democracy.
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