NDTV, the oft-controversial news channel and alleged to be anti-national as well as anti-Hindu, had to bite the dust of insult again by re-awakened members of Hindu Samaj in the country. This time it’s the Gurgaon villagers who have decided to protest against its lopsided coverage of Namaz Controversy.
Villagers condemn NDTV for siding with Islamists
In a video, now going viral on the internet, various people were seen outraged against NDTV for portraying Hindus in a bad light. The video shows people of Khandsa village in Gurgaon shouting slogans against the derided News channel. Locals accused NDTV of siding with Asauddin Owaisi and Wasim Rizvi, in spite of them openly abusing Hindus.
In the video, one vociferously resident is heard saying, “Yeh NDTV wale ek baar bhi Waseem Rizvi ke paas nahi gaye, Owaisi gali bakta hain hum Hinduon ke liye, NDTV unke paas nahi gaye, kyon ki NDTV walon ke liye saare Musalman unke jija aur jamai hain.” (these NDTV journalists have not even once approached Waseem Rivzi, not once have they gone to Owaisi who openly abuses Hindus, because all Muslims are the relatives of NDTV people)“
Villagers had organised Havan to pay tributes to the heroes of the 26/11 attacks
The viral video came amidst the news of villagers performing Havan at the erstwhile Namaz site of a park in the village. On 26 November 2021, locals of the village gathered at the designated Namaz site. The Havan was organised for offering tributes and gratitude to the brave Indian martyrs who died in the 26/11 attack by the Pakistan based terrorists. More than 100 men gathered for the noble cause.
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Avneesh Raghav, one of the businessmen organising the event dismissed any rumours of Havan being organised of having any connection with the Namaz controversy. In a statement to Indian Express, he said, “We have not directly spoken to anyone from the administration. Some people from the gram panchayat of our village had given a memorandum to the DC. We decided to do puja here to pay tribute to the martyrs who were killed in the Mumbai terror attacks. We do it every year. Earlier, we did the prayer in other villages — in Mohammadpur and Narsinghpur. Now, we are doing it here in Khandsa. We chose this specific spot since we do not have enough space elsewhere in this village. It has nothing to do with namaz.”
Villagers had opposed Namazis’ occupation of public place
As reported by the TFI, recently, Khandsa was in news for Hindus’ open resistance against passive land-Jihad by Namazis in the area. On the auspicious day of Guru Parv, some youths gathered in the morning to play cricket on the ground located in Khandsa village of the sector. However, within a few hours, people from the Muslim community started to gather on the ground. Slowly, their numbers crossed a thousand. When it was time for Namaz, they laid their mats on the ground and started offering Namaz. Soon, the youths started to protest against them and a verbal scuffle was turning into a potential physical fight. The possible scuffle was quelled by the intervention of Sector-10 and sector-37 police and Muslims were warned by Hindus to not offer Namaz en masse.
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NDTV and anti-Hindu Television rating points
As reported by the TFI, NDTV has always been in controversy for its partisan journalism.
- Even after Gujarat High Court gave him the clean chit, the left-leaning network is still trying to put blame on Shri Narendra Modi for the 2002 Gujarat riots
- People of the country have not and will never forget its ex-employee Barkha Dutt’s role in giving a crucial bit of information live on Television while covering the 26/11 terror attack
- Once the organisation tried to spread fake news alleging that Hindus had violently attacked the Tanishq showroom in the wake of its controversial ad.
- Recently, the news organisation was found lobbying for Taliban and giving a pass to them by calling them Taliban 2.0, the reformed version of the older one.
- The agency has now lost all sorts of credibility outside India as well. In March this year, the channel was ignored by US defence secretary Lloyd Austin.
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With open resistance against the Namazis and ultra-left leaning NDTV, people of the Gurgaon have sent a clear message that the days of one-sided tolerance is over in the country. Hindus will not tolerate being browbeaten into submission. It’s a new Hindu samaj, it will take its deserved place and not succumb like meek.