Indian news channels keeping their people in dark: IOK Assembly member

Indian news channels keeping their people in dark: IOK Assembly member

ISLAMABAD (APP): Member of the so-called Kashmir Assembly, Engineer Abdur Rasheed hit out at New Delhi-based news channels for keeping Indian people in dark about the realities.

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Er Rasheed in a statement issued in Srinagar, Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) said these channels claim that Pakistan is a `failed' state and has been left isolated in the world community. However, if these channels and pseudo intellectuals and political and defence analysts sitting in cozy studios truly believe so, they should explain why they have been discussing Pakistan round the clock in their debates, KMS reported.

"If Pakistan has been left isolated and nobody gives ear to its alleged rhetoric propaganda, may one ask these TV channels what forced them to telecast (Pakistan Prime Minister) Nawaz Sharif's speech live from UN General Assembly in New York," Rasheed said.

"These TV channels just show one side of the drama that is being displayed in New York and to justify their poor and pseudo journalism they are trying to keep Indians and Kashmiris in dark."

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"The neutral reports confirm that UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon was left shocked after going through horrible and terrifying pictures and videos of atrocities of India in Kashmir and the so-called nationalist media doesn't even want to talk about it," he said.

"Neither Indian army nor the media have, so far, revealed where were four `militants' buried, who army claimed to have carried Uri attack," he added.