Kathmandu: An Indian journalist had lost his life after Nepalese crowd thrown him in Bagmati river, Kathmandu. The identity of journalist was not known till now by Kathmandu Police. However, the police has initially arrested 20 youth which belongs to the city of Kathmandu.
Nepalese Angry on Indian Media
Since three days, Nepalese are already angry on Indian media for behaving like they are on a vacation or shooting a TV series. Many twitter and Facebook users started trending hash tags, namely, #GoBackIndianMedia to show their anger on Indian media houses.
“We don’t like Indian media houses and its journalists. They are behaving like they are on a vacation trip to Nepal to disturb our mind”, said an angry youth to World News Express during protest.
Anger converted into violence
There were hundreds of Nepalese youth protested against the behave of Indian journalists and their TV anchors. They all were in anger but still Indian journalists interviewing them and asking silly questions to them.
Crowd’s anger converted into violence after one journalist asked one silly question, “why you haven’t lose anyone in this massive earthquake?”. Immediately, crowd taken this journalist to Bagmati river, which flows from the city of Kathmandu.
Silly question lead to death
A young journalist didn’t know that his silly question may lead to his death. After taking journalist to Bagmati river, crowd immediately thrown him into the river with his mic.
Reaction by Indian people
Sanjay Jha @JhaSanjay: When the Fourth Estate, considered an independent pillar of a sound democracy is ridiculed for PR for government, worry! #gobackindianmedia
Kiran Kumar @Yr_Conscience “Its of shame for Modi and Indian Media to use Nepal’s devastating earthquake as a publicity stunt for Modi himself.” #GoBackIndianMedia
Mumbai Attacks proved Indian media is dangerous
Radia tapes proved Indian media is corrupt
Nepal earthquake proved Indian media is shameless
Parikshit Shah @imparixit Best hash tags in the history of Twitter, #GoBackIndianMedia and #DontComeBackIndianMedia.
First published on May 4, 2015.