Few Days Ago, Kartarpur Corridor inauguration ceremony organised and many Indian Journalist visited Pakistan to cover this Kartarpur Corridor inauguration ceremony. Pakistan announced that It will lay Foundation stone of Kartarpur Corridor on 29th November while India announced that It will lay the foundation stone on 16th November. Minister Sushma Swaraj couldn’t go and Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh had declined the invitation. Swaraj had also reiterated that sending India’s representatives to Pakistan does not open the doors to talks.
Here is the List of Indian Journalist handpicked by the Pak govt to cover Kartarpur event:
|Mr. Rajdeep Sardesai||Senior Editor, India Today & AAJ Tak|
|Ms. Barkha Dutt||Contributing Editor, The week|
|Mr. Siddharth Vardarajan||Founding Editor, The Wire|
|Ms. Sunetra Choudhury||Political Editor/ Anchor, NDTV|
|Ms. Kadambani Sharma||Senior Editor foreign Affairs, NDTV|
|Ms. Maha Siddiqui||Associate Editor, CNN News 18|
|Ms. Bhairavi Singh||Principal Editor, News Editor, NDTV|
|Ms. Priti Shah||Anchor/ Director, News India Tv|
|Ms. Sagarika Ghose||Consulting Editor, The Times Of India|
|Mr. Ravinder Singh||Veteran journalist|
|Mr. Jagwinder Singh||Executive Editor, ABP news|
|Mr. Ajay Kumar||Senior Anchor, News Nation|
|Mr. Peenaj tyagi||News Anchor, News Nation Tv|
|Mr. Maninder Pal Singh||Senior Correspondent, PTC news Punjabi|
|Mr. Raj Chengappa||Editor, India Today Magazine|
|Mr. Venkat Narayan||Founder, Foreign correspondents club(FCC)|
|Ms. Jyoti Mal||Editor, National & strategic affairs, The Print|
|Mr. Rohit Gandhi||Editor in chief, Democracy News live|
|Ms. Suhasini shere Haider||Editor, Strategic Affairs, The Hindu|
|Mr. Pankaj Kapathi||Correspondent, News 18 tv Punjabi|
|Mr. Sruthijit Kurupichandkandy||Editor, The Economic Times|
|Mr. Manash Pratim Bhuyan||National Bureau chief, Press trust Of India(PTI)|
|Mr. Ashok Tuteja||Deputy Editor, The statesman|
|Mr. Subhajit Roy||Senior Editor, Indian Express|
|Mr. Sachin Prashar||Senior Correspondent, The Times Of India|
|Ms. Mandira Nayar||Senior Correspondent, The Week|
|Ms. Smita Sharma||Deputy Editor, The tribune|
|Mr. Vikramdeep Johal||Assistant Editor, The tribune Chandigarh|
|Ms. Devirupa Mitra||Assistant Editor, The Wire|
|Mr. Some Basu||Consulting Editor, The Wire|
|Mr. Rezul Hassan Lashker||Associate Editor, Hindustan times|
These are the Indian Journalist who did not ask any question on terrorism and 26/11 attack with Pakistan Pm Imran Khan.
30 odd Indian journos handpicked by the Pak govt posting selfies & cheerleading Imran Khan & Co.
Questions on terrorism- ZERO
Questions on 26/11 – ZERO
Gyan for others – endless
Why don’t these beacons of journalism ask “tough questions” to the Pak govt?
— Sudhir Chaudhary (@sudhirchaudhary) November 29, 2018
But the shocking thing is that the The wire which is a small organisation and always tries to defame India, got 3 journalists visa to cover the news in Pakistan while India’s Biggest Media Network “ANI” editor did not get visa to cover this News.
Nope. We didn’t get visa.
— Smita Prakash (@smitaprakash) November 29, 2018
ANI, which is arguably the largest news agency in India doesn’t get a visa, but The Wire sends 3 people to Pakistan. Can’t attribute motives, though. Maybe Imran Khan doesn’t like Smita Prakash because she doesn’t praise his luscious hair or good looks (like some others) 🤷♀️ https://t.co/lIoumOyjQu
— Nupur J Sharma (@UnSubtleDesi) November 29, 2018
Here is the Snapshot of some Journalist Who got Pakistani Visa to cover the News.
My ‘friends’ on twitter would call it ‘Ghar Wapsi’; for me a chance to meet old friends and observe Pakistan! 😄👍🙏 pic.twitter.com/QQmsvYRX2k
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) November 27, 2018
— sunetra choudhury (@sunetrac) November 27, 2018
I ask Pakistan Foreign Minister @SMQureshiPTI about India’s objection to Kashmir being being mentioned at #KartarpurCorridor : He says: “Kashmir is acknowledged as outstanding issue even in our composite dialogue. Like Terrorism is…” Watch full reply here .. #Kartarpur pic.twitter.com/r0DiCPq1Bv
— barkha dutt (@BDUTT) November 29, 2018