Kerala medias unite to tarnish the image of BJP

via HK Correspondent published on April 30, 2006

PALAKKAD: Hectic polling was reported from Palakkad assembly constituency in Kerala on Saturday. The whole of India is watching with bated breath the triangular contest at Palakkad where O Rajagopal of the BJP is the cynosure of all eyes. It is almost certain that Lotus will bloom in Kerala Assembly through Rajagopal though the BJP camp maintained silence throughout the campaigning at Palakkad.


 


Strangely enough, the media in the Kerala, known for its hatred for BJP and the RSS came out with news that the Sangh is not cooperating in the election campaigning of Rajagopal. For the last couple of days, the Marxist controlled media in the state has been spreading rumours and falsehood to tarnish the image of RSS. All polling booths in the Palakkad constituency were taken care of by BJP and Sangh volunteers to ensure the victory of Rajagopal. But channels like Asianet, Kairali, India Vision were competing with each other to spread lies about BJP and Rajagopal.


 


Rajagopal, who was touring the constituency, told media persons that everything was functioning like a well oiled machine and he was confident of victory.  Both the LDF and UDF were trying to create maximum dilemma among the voters by spreading misinformation that the BJP and RSS cadre were not interested in the victory of Rajagopal.


 


The Muslim League owned India Vision went to the extent of unilaterally reporting that all party candidates including Kunhalikutty will romp home with record margins. Kairali and People, the CPM owned channels, report that there is no need to count the votes since the LDF candidates have already won!. Asianet, the channel indirectly controlled by CPI(M) too reported with confidence that BJP would not win a single seat in this election!!.            

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