Scared Media

via SYNONYMOUS published on April 8, 2009

t is an accepted media practice in all democratic countries that no o
ne in public life is exempt from media coverage and it can intrude into their public and private lives
as well. In short, no public person can complain against the media
peeping into their private lives. That is the little price those in
public life have to pay, in return for the huge publicity, fame and
power they can achieve by being in public life. In India it is always the favourite pastime of all newspapers and TV channels
to follow the private lives of all those in public life. And that has
brought out so many unknown facts about very famous public men.

when Mr. Rajendra Vadra was found hanging from the ceiling fan in a
Delhi hotel room on last Friday morning, nobody dared to report it – he
being the father-in-law of Mrs. Priyanka Vadhra Ghandi, who is the
reigning princess of India . No one in the media, especially the TV
channels, dared even to ascertain whether it was a suicide or a
suspected murder. Not even an FIR may have been filed. Had it been
someone such closely related to the helpless Sar
darji or Advani
or Antony , the story would have been completely different. India ’s
intrusive media would have dug much deeper into the incident by now.
India media is scared to pursue even the stinking stories inside our
ruling family because of mortal fear.
channels in Kerala are completely silent on this ‘interesting’ news.
The very same media is closely covering the terrorist links of
Maadani’s wife, secret assets abroad in the name of Pinarayi Vijayan, what Sashi Taroor was doing for Israel in UN, close encounters of port advisor Menon in govt. guest house,
the tripartite games of fathers & sisters in Pius X convent and
what not. But why are they dead silent on what is rotting inside the
family that has hijacked our nation?  It is only mortal fear for the unscrupulous  Italian lady, her nation wide secret service and the shameless Congressmen. Pity on media mughals like Roy, Thapar, Sardesai, Nikilesh, Tejpal

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