President, Vice-President and Prime Minister of India are the most respected individuals and are closely interlinked. If there is no coordination between them, then the losers are Indians.
Recently, the Vice-President of India Mr Venkaiyya Naidu praised PM Modi’s historic moves and said that PM’s motto has been ‘Perform, Reform, Transform’. He further added ‘this Govt’s approach is to reach the last man in the queue’.
These words were enough to disrupt the peace of mind of NDTV journalist Nidhi Razdan. She couldn’t resist herself from carrying out her age old habit of insulting and abusing India’s leaders. She launched a deadly tweet saying “Please someone remind him that he is the Vice President of India now, not the BJP”.
Please someone remind him that he is the Vice President of India now, not the BJP. https://t.co/zw9mzqGZ39
— Nidhi Razdan (@Nidhi) November 9, 2017
By saying this, she exhibited her illiteracy, which is found commonly in NDTV journalists. Yes, in a hurry to target PM Modi, she forgot that Mr Narendra Modi is the Prime Minister of India and not of BJP. This was like a self goal and as expected, educated people spared some time to educate Nidhi Razdan.
Every news viewer had a common question and it was whether Nidhi Razdan is a journalist or a mouth piece of Congress party. A journalist needs to be neutral but Nidhi has a peculiar skill of attacking BJP and communalising every secular move.
Please someone remind hers, she's a journalist not an official spokesperson of Congress, AAP and communist parties
— Pidi Pakoda urf PP (@akarryan) November 9, 2017
Nowadays journalists know nothing other than reporting against demonetisation. The below tweet exposes their hypocrisy.
— @Maurya86 (@maurya2386) November 9, 2017
By using Nidhi Razdan’s logic, she should have targeted and insulted India’s previous President. But she didn’t do that because he was from Congress. Mr Pranab Mukherjee had praised PM Modi several times. Praising and criticising is a must in a democratic nation but these self proclaimed journalists are not ready to accept it.
I am sure you reminded Pranab-da that he was President of India not of BJP 😛 pic.twitter.com/G5E8eVzkZL
— Suresh N (@surnell) November 9, 2017
The below tweet conveyed the message to her quite smartly!
Before that respected Journalist should know VP is praising PM of the country not of BJP.
— Freelance neech desi (@teetar_) November 9, 2017
Should India’s vice-President need the permission of NDTV’s Nidhi Razdan to say what he wishes to? Doesn’t India’s vice-President have freedom of expression?
So? Can’t the Vice President praise the PM for good work or does he need the permission of NDTV to do so?
— Bharath (@Punter123) November 9, 2017
“So according to you The Vice President cannot praise the Prime Minister for his work! I think I should pursue my career in Journalism as anyone can become one and call themselves a Journalist”. This statement was a tight slap on her face. Nowadays, journalists (Presstitutes) are trying to twist the news so that India’s enemies will be benefited.
So according to you The Vice President cannot praise the Prime Minister for his work! I think I should pursue my career in Journalism as anyone can become one and call themselves a Journalist! ?
— Ankit Mehta ?? (@ankitmehta1996) November 9, 2017
Pranab Mukherjee was the President. And Congressman before that.
You seem to criticise anything to do with the PM as a matter of habit, even if it's someone praising himhttps://t.co/QTPGuPXEe6
— Rohit Agarwal (@ragarwal) November 9, 2017
First You remind Yourself that …
It's perfectly valid for VP to appreciate PM !!
why you bring party in between??
— Bharath Vasi (@mythr89) November 9, 2017
The below tweet is a perfect example of sarcasm. Hope she gets sarcasm right!!!
Please someone remind Nidhi that Narendra Modi is not the Prime Minister of BJP, but Prime Minister of India.
PS: Hon Pranab Mukherjee had praised Modi on several occasions, where were you then?
— Arnaab (@Arnab_Goswamii) November 9, 2017
Perhaps someone remind @Nidhi she & @ndtv suppose to be unbiased "journalist/news" channel and not Pidi's of CONG/UPA or representing political views based on their husband/wife type relations too. pic.twitter.com/vOcdk28wm4
— BP (@Bharatp1) November 9, 2017
Nidhi Razdan and her love towards fake news!!!
Her channel has a history of spreading fake news and months ago she came out in public saying “Tell me which fake news we ran? Come on, list the stories with evidence”.
Well, Indians are good in providing evidences and have a look at how terribly she was exposed for spreading fake news.
U asked a self goal question Nidhi!
Chck how COW was made into OX and BUFFALO by NDTV! pic.twitter.com/X81lZjOeXW
— Dr Aishwarya S (@Aish17aer) June 12, 2017
Hello ma'am! There's this journalist named Nidhi Razdan, she works for NDTV. https://t.co/5FoINI7Smg
— Aakash Raj Razdhan (@Ateendriyo) June 12, 2017
Just one from the lot. pic.twitter.com/ShghtyIzAI
— manisha jain (@iBackModi) June 12, 2017
NDTV has produced many journalists who have exhibited their hypocrisy at regular intervals. The prominent among them are Ravish Kumar and Burkha Dutt. At present Burkha Dutt is not in NDTV however we cannot sideline her contribution towards damaging India’s image globally.
Former NDTV journalist who is presently with ‘India TV’ had revealed that NDTV had instructed its employees not to call any soldier as a martyr. Isn’t this a punishable offense? Isn’t this an insult done to our brave soldiers?