Certain Sections Of The Media Communalised Everything: Chief Justice Of India
Chief Justice of India N.V. Ramana on Thursday said certain sections of the media communalized everything and this would ultimately result in giving the country a bad name.
Supreme Court on Thursday observed that news in a section of media bears a communal tone which could bring a bad name to the country as it was hearing a petition linked to the Tablighi Jamaat gathering in Delhi last year which was blamed for the surge in Covid-19 cases.
“The problem is, everything in this country is shown with a communal angle by a section of media. … The country is going to get a bad name ultimately,” Chief Justice Ramana, heading a three-judge Bench, observed orally.
The Supreme Court also expressed concerns about fake news being spread through web portals and social media platforms like YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, saying such social media giants do not even respond to judges.
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