BJP Minister Holds Secret Meeting With Lutyens Media To Create Wedge Between Modi & Shah
A minister in Narendra Modi’s cabinet has held a secret meeting with a woman media house owner and its editor to foment differences between the prime minister and Home Minister Amit Shah.
The meeting was reportedly held for a period of three hours, sources told IndiaSpeaksDaily.
The media house has been running anti-Modi propaganda and manufacturing fake news for a very long time.
The sources also said the BJP minister is unhappy with Modi and Shah, as he is not getting enough attention in the government and party matters.
The media house, sources said, has been backed by Congress and Trinamool Congress Chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
Apart from the Congress, one of the closest business aides of Mamata has allegedly funded the media house to churn out the fake Modi-Shah tussle.
Amidst this, the Lutyens media continued with its fake narrative propaganda against Modi on their twitter handles, saying that the prime minister lied to the nation by saying that there are only 2200 people in the bracket of tax payers whose income is more than Rs one crore per annum, but in reality, the prime minister mentioned about the professionals.
The secret meeting with the minister is with an aim to fill the gap left by one of the BJP leaders who passed away recently and some bureaucrats, who were close to the Congress party, especially “jail bird” P Chidambaram, shunted out.
In the previous NDA term, one of the bureaucrats allegedly had leaked the truncated document on Rafale to a media house, where his daughter was placed on a top position. The leaked document, however, was not published by the receiving media house, but was given to another media house, which published it.
However, the document met its waterloo after Times Now and Republic TV, exposed the media house by showing the details of the Rafale papers.
Damn The Fake Modi-Shah Spat Narrative
So, one can see that there has been a conspiracy to create a wedge between Modi and Shah, but readers should not get carried away with such fake narrative.
Yesterday, Modi himself, at the First Times Now Summit, said his government has fulfilled most of the election manifesto promises, ranging from abrogation of Article 370 to Citizenship Amendment Act, giving clear indication that he solidly backs Shah.
Modi also touched India’s taxation system and urged people to pay their dues for the development of India. He raised concerns about tax evasion by rich people.
The statement came in the midst of reports of The Times of India Group being on the radar of tax agencies for tax evasion of its huge advertisement collection of Rs 28,000 crore for the past two decades.
A senior marketing staffer-turned whistleblower and some minority shareholders had alleged that the Times of India Group company Bennett and Coleman Company Limited (BCCL) had formed an internal division called Brand Capital, which collected more than Rs 28,000 crores for adverstising and paid news, was never shown as revenues, to evade taxes.
There are other channels also, who are facing similar charges of financial irregularities.
Amidst this, some of the media houses are making attempts to join hands with unhappy BJP leaders to create differences between Modi and Shah, so that the moolah of their dark businesses and corrupt money falls into the hands of Lutyens brigade.