Is Indian Media Not Sold Out to Certain Ideology?

Hyderabad, 24 March-2014(Indilens Web Desk): Indian is a such country where 1000s of casts and communities with their own customs and tradition. So, maximum peace loving people utter the word”Unity in diversity”. Muslim is the second largest populated group in India(also 2nd largest Muslim populated country in the world after Indonesia). It is aid that Muslim people have been labelled as terrorists by the Media houses (except a few). In the eyes of Media they still are with the bear, hat and age wrinkles. In this Election coverage media has done one more thing that they have made Muslims against Modi as if other communities are with him and only Muslims are against him.

Is Indian Media Not Sold Out to Certain Ideology?

Is Indian Media Not Sold Out to Certain Ideology?
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All Muslim community’s character is completely illustrated in such a way, that they are pasteurized as fully communal and presenting them against Modi. By creating this issue they are trying to create indifference in Modi’s party.

In survey, BJP is shown as victorious mostly in Hindi belt states where they are ruling or strong hold.But some states where BJP also has got seats from zero to two. So the media’s camera never ask the Brahmins and Dalits of Orrisa to whom they vote or what are their problems! why they are not voting Modi. Media’s camera never ask the backwards of Tamil Nadu, why they are not voting for Modi. Even they are not asking the Lalu’s and Mulayam’s supports or Yadavs, why they are not voting for Modi. They only focus the Muslim community to spread the hatred and divert their motive to their (Muslims) lives security as 100s of genocide carried out the so called Sanghi ideology in last 65 years of independence.

NO! the media cameras are only on Muslims and asking them why they are not voting Modi. With this kind of questions they are trying to illustrate that all are with Modi and only, Muslims are against him. But this is not true.  In non Muslim community also there is a trend of giving votes to other communities, in the same way Muslims also support other communities by giving they support.

This may be true that for Muslim’s votes other communities may struggle, but this is reality that Muslims vote for BJP. This may happen that compare to other communities the Muslim votes may be less. But with this type of Media questions the Muslims are always targeted during the elections and they become main target of politicians.

Every one is aware of the fact that Muslims’ never back of with their votes. In UPA they elected Samajwadi party against Bhajpa, because like other communities they also thought that they will be a good party. By defeating leaders like Shahbuddin they supported Nitish because they are not a community that is against the development of the society by giving importance to religion.

Even they want development in the country. In Muslim religion there is a feeling of communalism like other religions have. Where ever BJP party works for the society, definitely Muslims by seeing the work they always support them.

In Madhya Pradesh, no one has pointed out that Muslims has not voted for Shivraj singh Chauhan till date. In Rajasthan they went against Congress and voted for BJP where four candidates were given tickets and two of them own.

In this entire thing, this is clear that Muslims do not give importance to the communal parties, instead they help only those parties who work for the society and they welfare.

Muslims cannot be pasteurized for the reason of riots and given a important place there.

Don’t you think, before questioning such things with Muslims, media should think on the facts like in media many youths are participating illegally, but among them no Muslim youth is involved, Why? Even Dalit and Adivasi youth is not included, Why?

Media should never try to color a particular religion and try to high light them. In UP, BJP gave tickets to fifty four candidates, but a single Muslim member is not included. Then why this point is not raised, why media always target’s Muslims for not voting the communal parties.

Without any involvement of Muslims, how can the parties expect they votes for they party. On giving ticket to Kalraj Mishra of Devriya, Shahi supports has the freedom to be upset, But on not getting a single ticket Muslims don’t have any freedom to be upset.

Media should avoid questioning Muslims in such a way, because this is completely diverting the mind sets of the people. People are getting disturbed, with this issues they is not benefit for neither Muslims nor Hindus.

Now Media has got a chance to create unnecessary stories on Varanasi and Azamgarh. Now, voters need to be alert with this (so called) main stream media but it is accepted that a few media houses are still doing their job with regardless and trust fully. Along with voting towards the love for society which is very important. But life security is more important than any other issues.

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3 Responses to Is Indian Media Not Sold Out to Certain Ideology?

  1. The media’s concern about the vigilante streak in the AAP, which is truly problematic and invites charges of fascism, is valid; as are concerns about racism, sexism and majoritarianism among AAP members. The rest of the media reservations seem puerile. The party’s critics seem to believe that protest is undemocratic, whereas it is a legitimate democratic tool.

    And there is a general feeling, often visible on TV, that the AAP’s politics is improper because, er, it is improper. This tautology of disquiet arises out of mainstream media’s deep discomfort with any political method that falls outside of electoral politics. It calls it anti-democracy. Curiously, even as the media glamourises dissent, it cannot recognise protest as a valid tool of democracy. Unless it happens in recognised ways.

    For example, opposition parties have been disrupting parliament for years, tremendously affecting governance and policy. The Indian media does not label these troublesome opposition leaders as anarchists.

    The media’s suspicion of new political methods coupled with a tendency to evaluate the AAP on governance, which the party is not interested in, rather than on the achievement of the AAP’s own goals, gives the impression that the media has turned on the AAP. But the other side of the story is that the AAP’s job is already done: it has made corruption a huge issue in mainstream politics, it has changed the way big political parties look at voters, it has brought a certain amount of transparency in politics, and it has made social media an integral part of traditional politics.

    And it has established itself squarely in the media spotlight. The love affair between the AAP and the media may have changed to a love-hate relationship, but it is still the strongest passion on public display in the run up to the parliamentary elections. [ source : ]

  2. मां बाप की जमा पूंजी उन छात्रों पर लगा दी जाती है जो बाहर रहकर इंजीनियरिंग या कोई दूसरे प्रोफेशनल कोर्स कर रहे हैं, जब वह अपनी पढ़ाई पूरी करने की ओर बढ़ रहे होते हैं, और सामने एक अच्छी जॉब खड़ी होती है, उसी वक्त स्पेशल सेल, जाती है और गिरफ्तार कर लेती है, बाकी काम अखबारों को सौंप दिया जाता है, जो बगैर किसी पुख्ता प्रमाण के उन्हें रातों रातों आंतकवादी बना देते हैं। दशकों तक जेल में जिंदगी बरबाद करने के बाद जब वे बाहर आते हैं, तो बाहर का सारा माहौल उनके लिये बदल जाता है, यार दो…स्त छूट जाते हैं, और मां बाप भी यह सोचने लगते हैं कि काश हमने अपने बेटे को इंजीनियर न बनाकर मजदूर बना दिया होता। तो उसकी जिंदगी तो खराब न होती। फिर तथाकथति मुस्लिम हमदर्द पार्टियों के तथाकथति मुस्लिम हितेषी आते हैं और कहते हैं कि मुसलमान शिक्षा के छेत्र में पिछड़ गये हैं।
    अबे हरामखौरों जो पढ़ते हैं उन्हें तुम्हारी आईबी, तुम्हारी पुलिस, तुम्हारी ऐजेंसियां, तुम्हारा मीडिया आतंकवादी बताकर जेलों में ठूंस देते हैं। और तुम कह रहे हो मुस्लिम पढ़ते क्यों नहीं