Re: what a shame on indian media post it on all these media houses fb pages and mail it also to them in thousands has the time come to lynch Indian media - the english media.... Indian media concerns...a shame - worth reading
Subject: Indian media concerns...a shame - worth reading
What a shame what a shame what a shame
Never keep your soul hungry!!
Dear Editors of HT, TOI, IndianExpress and TheHindu,NDTV, CNN-IBN, I got the mail below from a friend of mine and following the unwritten code of conduct, I am forwarding it to my friends but all efforts of people who have been forwarding this mail would go waste if this mail doesn't reach YOU.......
Something to think about..!!
Shame on Indian Media??? Really what a shame...
By the time u guys read this news, the body of Major Manish Pitambare,
who was shot dead at Anantnag, would have been cremated with full
On Tuesday, this news swept across all the news channels 'Sanjay Dutt
relieved by court'. 'Sirf Munna not a bhai' '13 saal ka vanvaas khatam'
'although found guilty for possession of armory, Sanjay can breath sigh
of relief as all the TADA charges against him are withdrawn' Then many
personalities like Salman Khan said 'He is a good person. We knew he will
come out clean'. Mr Big B said "Dutt's family and our family have
relations for years he's a good kid. He is like elder brother to
Abhishek". His sister Priya Dutt said "we can sleep well
tonight. It's a great relief"
In other news, Parliament was mad at Indian team for performing bad; Greg
Chappell said something; Shah Rukh Khan replaces Amitabh in KBC and other
such stuff. But most of the emphasis was given on Sanjay Dutt's
"phoenix like" comeback from the ashes of terrorist charges.
Surfing through the channels, one news on BBC startled me. It read
"Hisbul Mujahidin's most wanted terrorist 'Sohel Faisal' killed in A
nantnag , India .. Indian Major leading the operation lost his life in
the process. Four others are injured.
It was past midnight , I started visiting the stupid Indian channels, but Sanjay Dutt was still ruling. They were telling how Sanjay pleaded to the court saying 'I'm the sole bread earner for my family', 'I have a daughter who is studying in US' and so on. Then they showed how Sanjay was not wearing his lucky blue shirt while he was hearing the verdict and also how he went to every temple and prayed for the last few months. A suspect in Mumbai bomb blasts, convicted under armory act...was being transformed into a hero.
Sure Sanjay Dutt has a daughter; Sure he did not do any terrorist
activity. Possessing an AK47 is considered too elementary in terrorist
community and also one who possesses an AK47 has a right to possess a
pistol so that again is not such a big crime; Sure Sanjay Dutt went to
all the temples;
Sure he did a lot of Gandhigiri but then.......... ..
Major Manish H Pitambare got the information from his sources about the
terrorists' whereabouts. Wasting no time he attacked the camp, killed
Hisbul Mujahidin's supremo and in the process lost his life to the
bullets fired from an AK47. He is survived by a wife and daughter (just
like Sanjay Dutt) who's only 18 months old.
Major Manish never said 'I have a daughter' before he took the decision
to attack the terrorists in the darkest of nights. He never thought about
having a family and he being the bread earner.
No news channel covered this since they were too busy hyping a former drug addict, a suspect who's linked to bomb blasts which killed hundreds. Their aim was to show how he defied the TADA charges and they were so successful that his conviction in possession of armory had no meaning. They also concluded that his parents in heaven must be happy and proud of him.
Parents of Major Manish are still living and they have to live rest of
their lives without their beloved son. His daughter won't ever see her
So guys, please forward this message around so that the media knows which
news to give importance, as it is a shame for us since this Army Major's
death news was given by a foreign TV channel!!!
If you believe in it, don't feel shy in forwarding it..