In a video that resurfaced on social media, an Indian journalist, Deepak Chaurasia, of the Information Nation TV is seen continuously shouting at one in all his panelists.
The anchorperson is seen shouting on the high of his voice, dominating one of many panelists and never giving him an opportunity to reply again.
The journalist loses his cool as a result of the panelist is from Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU).
The journalist may be seen getting hysterical in his prime time present ‘Khoj Khabar’. Ignoring cameras, Chaurasia received up from his seat and walked in the direction of JNU College students Union chief Sunny Dhiman. Earlier than Dhiman might perceive something, Chaurasia began shouting at him. “Aap log (JNU college students) jatein JNU hai, taxpayer ka khaatay hai aur gaatay Pakistan ka (You college students go to JNU on taxpayer’s cash however sing praises of Pakistan).”
“Apko sawaal poochna chahiye” (It is best to ask questions), Dhiman shouted again in response.
Disregarding his reply, Chaurasia jabbed his finger at Dhiman, “Aap jaise log jo yeh mansikta phela rahein hai, aap jaise desh drohion ne ikhata kiya Pulwama mein” (You’re accountable for spreading this mentality, all anti-nationals had gathered in Pulwama).
Twitterati reacted to the Indian journalists’ means of communication and schooled him on primary ethics, who quickly turned a laughingstock amongst netizens.
BBC journalist Stephen Sackur took to Twitter and wrote, “I watched this and realised I’ve been doing @BBCHARDtalk all fallacious…”
Analysis Fellow, South Asia at The Heritage Basis, Jeff Smith wrote, “My goodness. If a TV anchor ever jabbed his finger in my face like that he’d get up in a unique time zone.”
Journalist Mehdi Hasan, mocking the resurfaced video, tweeted, “Watch the faces of the opposite three panelists. Superb.”
A Twitter person wrote, “It occurs nowhere on the planet besides India.”
One other individual retweeting the video wrote, “That is actually a illness spreading in India.”
A Twitter person mocking the talk wrote, “Comedy present Hai yeee? [Is this a comedy show?]”
Seeing the Indian journalist shout on tv, a Twitter person wrote, “They forgot to take blood stress (BP) tablets??”
Tagging the anchorperson one Twitter person wrote, “Don’t increase your voice. Enhance your argument”