When the words emanating from the pointed tip of the pen make a sound more terrible than that of cannon balls, the pillars of the throne start shaking and the ruler sitting on the throne starts making a malicious attempt to browbeat the sharp tip of the pen. The pen and the camera that cannot sing the songs of the meaning of the throne have to be the victims of the throne. It has become extremely dangerous to practice fair and impartial journalism in the Indian democracy.
When the ruler sitting on the throne starts thinking of himself as a dictator and is afraid of criticism and comments, and the words coming out of the tip of the pen, he starts frightening everyone because he knows that the fear of which I am afraid is the same fear. Put it in their mind. This is what is going on in the country for the last seven years. The rulers sitting on the throne are intimidating fair journalism and media.
The pen of Dainik Bhaskar newspaper has shaken the pillars of the throne. Now, the rulers sitting on the throne are playing dangerous bets to save their power. The rulers sitting on the throne of the world’s largest democracy are trying to scare the media by showing them the fear of the Enforcement Directorate (ED). Raids at the editors of Dainik Bhaskar newspaper and Bharat News news channel were recently carried out by the ED.
The government’s ED, CBI and pet IT cell have created such an atmosphere of fear in the country that it seems that an undeclared emergency has been imposed in the country.
Dainik Bhaskar newspaper put pictures of the tragedy of coronavirus on the public table. Not only this, the news of Pegasus spyware espionage was also prominently published by Dainik Bhaskar. Bharat Samachar was also continuously questioning the State and Central governments with impunity. Bharat Samachar also fulfilled its duty in the country in the true sense to save democracy.
The government first tried to suppress the voice of NDTV’s Ravish Kumar, a world-renowned journalist, by the same mechanism run by the ED and CBI. But Ravish Kumar’s voice became more vocal. Now, Dainik Bhaskar newspaper and Bharat Samachar have come under the target of the government.
The government has made bets to crack down on the pen and camera, it may be that other newspapers and news channels who expose the government will also have to fall prey to it. Because when the pen starts rebelling against the throne, the government starts using its guns. The work of throttling fair media is being done continuously by the government, which is up to the people of the country to answer how appropriate it is in the true sense of a right democracy.
While a section of journalists in the country is struggling to save democracy, the other section of the country’s media is doing slavery to the government with full dedication. Ever since the Bharatiya Janata Party government was formed in the country, the media of the country has been divided into two factions, where one section is left-wing and the other section is right-wing.