‘They Are Misleading People’: Zee Media’s Head Of Video Content Resigns Over Channel’s Coverage Of Jamia Protest
NFTV : National Desk: During the second world war or you can say during the Nazi ( Fascist ) rule in Germany Hitler had a Propaganda Minister named Joseph Goebbels who used to propagate things according to Hitler, but now in current India, there are many Goebbels some can show you the nano GPS chip inside the Rupees 2000 notes.
Now another such exposure about Zee Media is done by its former head of video content, Who left the channel on 22nd of December after protesting against the channels biased propaganda, head of video content Nasir Azmi resign from his post.
A day after the December 16 protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act took a violent turn in Jamia Millia Islamia University and the Delhi police attacked the student inside the campus even those who were studying inside the library even the police ransacked the mosque inside the mosque, but the police too fired teargas inside the library without any prior permission Delhi police entered the campus of a University, but Zee News editor-in-chief Sudhir Chaudhary was addressing the issue on his show, Daily News Analysis or DNA in this very show he was shown the Nano GPS Chip fitted the 2000 rupees notes during demonetization and simultaneously having the habit to ask questions to the opposition but not to the government.
Sudhir Chaudhary addressing the his show “Protesting democratically is our right. But what is happening right now in this country is that under the garb of protest, protesters are propagating violence,” Chaudhary told the viewers. He blamed the students for rioting burning vehicles, harassing the public, and creating chaos.
Sudhir Chaudhary’s show DNA irked not only the protestors but also its employees. The former head of video content at Zee Media, Nasir Azmi cited the show as channel’s attempt of “one-sided and biased reporting ”. In his resignation letter to Zee Group chairman, Subhash Chandra, Nasir cited the conflict between his stance and the organization’s decisions as to the reason.
“We are proud of India’s Ganga Jamni Tehjeeb ( culture and its traditions ). However, such instances and practices harm the very foundation of the country.
Nasir pointed some of the key aspects, a recent video that did the rounds, claiming students at Aligarh Muslim University had shouted “Hinduon se Azadi”. The students actually said, “In dono se Azadi”. “But a lot of media houses, including Zee, used the video.
Nasir said,“The problem here is that when these videos are analyzed in forensic labs, and the truth comes out, media organizations like Zee never come out explaining that side
After the police brutality at Jamia University on December 15, Zee Media broadcast an “exclusive” on how locals burnt buses, and the police attacked only to control them.
Nasir claimed Zee News chose not to cover or not dare to cover the police violence against Jamia students.