PM Modi has been on the target of Media since 2002, and there is no leniency even in last 3 years as well. Every other day we see many fake news or hate news against him, there are few Journalists who have made their career only due to their hatred against PM Modi.
Today we will share one more hit job of Media, the only objective was to intentionally malign the image of PM Modi. The Recent Panchkula riots were very unfortunate, it cost huge loss of Life and Public Property and any condemnation is less for suchprocession.
However Media sensed an opportunity and they twisted it in such a way that High court has to come to clarify its stand. The Punjab and Haryana High Court has clarified that it had not made any remarks against the Prime Minister on the violence that erupted following the conviction of Dera Sacha Sauda chief, Gurmeet Ram Rahim.
It was reported recently by several Media groups that the High Court had observed, “He is the Prime Minister of the country and not BJP.”
Hindustan times, which is among the most read English Daily, has reported this
Huffington Post, which has a long history of biased news has reported this
NDTV……do we need to say anything??
The High court Bench clarified that it had not uttered a word against the PM. The court said that it was completely misquoted by Media. It was just a general discussion, in which the PM’s name was not even mentioned.
Earlier the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday said the mayhem caused by followers of self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh last Friday was a “war-like situation” which had to be tackled accordingly and gave a slew of directions in the matter.
The court directed Punjab and Haryana governments to set up Special Investigation Teams (SITs) of three officers, headed by an officer not below the rank of an Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), to investigate all the cases registered at various places in connection with the Dera violence.
The bench, comprising acting Chief Justice S SSaron and Justices Surya Kant and AvneeshJhingan, directed that no FIR registered by the two states during the episode shall be cancelled without the permission of the High Court.
It also ordered the Haryana government to file detailed status report regarding steps taken to sanitise Dera Sacha Sauda centres including its headquarters at Sirsa.
The Dera counsel submitted before the court that security forces should have used rubber bullets to disperse the mob in Panchkula and not opened fire.
However, the judges did not agree.
“You can’t go soft when some people come armed with petrol bombs and deadly weapons to indulge in arson and lawlessness,” the court said.
“This was a war-like situation and it had to be fought like a war-like situation,” Justice Saron observed verbally.