On 21st rather this was one of the headline news - “Draconian law against PM- critic journalist” by Mujjaffar Raina, where The Telegraph was expressly agitated that Masrat Zahra was booked by FIR by the central police. A young, journalist was simply booked ,not arrested , yet the matter was given alarming prominence. But lynching
of the two Hindu seers got censored by Telegraph . Sufferings or the injustice or wrongs done to Hindus are not deemed right to print by Telegraph and they censor it.
Similar situation draws different fate. One Mohammed Aulakh, was lynched in 2015 in Uttar Pradesh on charges of carrying contraband beef in a small town of UP. The news attracted New York Times, 10,000 miles apart,who carried the news in condemnation of the acts of Hindus . On the anniversary day of Aulakhs death, NYT carried out remembrance but surprisingly when in early 2019, 3 public lynchings was acted in and around Kolkata within a span of 30 days where 3 Hindus were brutally killed ,one being less than a mile of residence of state Chief Minister, that news was not reported in New York Times. So also we are not surprised that the execution of these two seers is also not taken as a testimony of terror by the international news media. Unfortunately in India itself, the same pattern evolves when the Hindus are suffering, getting tormented or murdered in their own country, the newspapers prefer to black it out. NYT almost always refrains from reporting terrifying torture and cleansing of Hindus in Bangladesh like newspapers of India , although it is executed with
ferocious regularity over the decades .
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