Early morning trend on Twitter in India was #PakPremiPatrakaar, Twitter user’s were furious over Indian journalists for their biased reporting.
The reason for their anger was the amount of love some Indian journalists peddled out for Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan for his face-saving move to release wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman.
Some Indian journalists were criticising Indian pm Narendra Modi and praising love for imran khan after the news of release of Abhinandan Varthaman came in, Journalists took Twitter as a platform for their biased views.
Twitter user cramped down the agenda of those journalists with their tweets. Indian journalists are one of the most biased and brainless journalists among world journalists.
Abhinandan Varthaman was in Pakistan’s captivity he didn’t utter a word about his personal information, but then comes Indian journalists they digged out his all info and posted it on their respective social media handles and wrote articles about it on their news blog.
Friday morning people started tweeting with #PakPremiPatrakaar to call out those journalists.
Twitter user Niraj Singh tweets a photo and writes – this is a classic example where anti Modi gang becomes anti India gang.
Harsh Garg criticised journalist Rajdeep through his tweet.
Divya Mehta calls some journalists as traitors of India.
Pradeep singh used his satirical tweet to criticise journalist.
Pilot in custody?
Modi responsible for Pilot Life
Pilot getting released
We thank Imran Khan
— चौकीदार प्रदीप सिंह (@pradeepbhadu69) March 1, 2019
A user Rita putting out facts about Pakistan.
Akshay singh posts video of Pak debate and criticises Indian journalists.
Watch the reaction of Pakistani Media and their forces, they says Imran Khan surrender himself in front of MODI.
— Chowkidar Akshay Singh (@Akshaysinghel) March 1, 2019
Another user Anil Kumar taking down another journalist.
— Chowkidar Anilkumar (@simbamara) March 1, 2019
Sonika Sharma expresses her anger through her tweet.
Pak: Which aircraft you fly
WC Abhinandan : Sorry I am not supposed to tell U this.
— Chowkidar Sonika Sharma (@sonikasdutta) March 1, 2019
In the last all I want to say is being a journalist means to convey truth to people no matter what, but it doesn’t means to impose your thoughts on the masses.