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Wednesday February 08, 2012 10:09:44 PM, ummid.com Staff Reporter

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Malegaon: The Karnataka video journalists who exposed the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) ministers watching porn on a cell phone inside the state assembly while the session was on find an unexpected admirer in a Pakistani netizen.

 

While hailing the sensational exposure, the Pakistani netizen, who identified her as Dr Hina Zafar wrote in an e-mail message posted on a group, "This is the reason our neighbor country flourish(es) so much and become(s) much more advanced than us. Irrespective of the favors they get from Israel and Americans and Other world leading Countries for some hidden benefit .... INDIA REALLY ROCK sometime, due to its boldness .... Media is really independent their (to some extent at least for matter of their national interest)".

"After reading the news that Indian Minister(s) quit and offer themselves for a free inquiry as they do not wanted to be a source of embarrassment for their party .... I am really inspired ....

 

"I really do not care, if they were looking at some porn site or not but what appeals me is the brave act of quitting and offering themselves for inquiry and plus Media Role, they even do not put pressure on media to hide this story .... like our Pakistani politicians do ...", she added.

 

"Recalling Ayaz Mir and many other stories of Politicians and influential people who even not let the stories to come into media and if someone bother to raise voice or thought to bring their reality before public then ultimately he/she is made silent forever and his/her family suffer throughout life as its a SIN .... to raise voice for justice in Pakistan against such DUAL FACED POLITICIANS AND INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE ....

"Even our media is sold, few people who bother to raise voice are no more .... and then fabricated stories are brought after 2-3 month ..... which are purely fake .... we all can remember Faisal Qureshi Death, Saleem Shahzad Death ... how the stories were twisted ....", she wrote in the e-mail message.

"Purpose of this email to APPRECIATE INDIAN MEDIA ... for being fair at least for matters of their national interest ,,,, at least they raise voice .... they are not under pressure and news are allowed to be broadcasted .... but in case of Pakistan ... ", she said in her group e-mail message.

 

"VEENA MALIK news are made breaking news or Prime Minister is suffering from DIARRHEA are made breaking news .... but whats going on, whats the real face of these DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE of People is never allowed to be broadcasted ....", she wrote.

 

Video journalists of two-three Kannada news channels, covering the proceedings from a vantage point in the Karnataka secretariat gallery, noticed ministers Laxman Savadi and C.C. Patil glued to a mobile handset and zoomed their cameras to focus on what they were viewing.

 

The ministers resigned a day after the exposure though claimed they had done nothing wrong.



 



 


 

 

 

 

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