Selective reporting is no professionalism!
This refers to the death of an 11-day-old baby named Irfan in Varmul recently. The incident is very painful. But one fails to understand why the “national” media didn’t give any coverage when CRPF fired upon ambulances and beat up pregnant women during the Amarnath land row in Kashmir. Why this selective reporting? Why was the recent Sopur destruction ignored? How can one be selective when it comes to human rights? That is being prejudiced.
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