India's war against the coronavirus epidemic has reached a new phase. During this war, a consensus has emerged that the country has faced this disaster very efficiently and efficiently.
For this reason, lockdown imposed for its prevention has also been started in a phased manner. In this episode, some activities have been allowed in all major zones like Green, Orange and Red. This will make the situation more comfortable.
The manner in which India is dealing with this crisis is confirmed not only by the applause from international institutions like WHO, but also by the surveys which underline the total faith and unflinching faith of the people under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi.
Such a scenario is not surprising for anyone connected to the land. Those millions of volunteers themselves can testify to this, who have been involved in relief work for the past several weeks.
Although there have been two-fours in this path from some evil, but the widespread belief of the country is that India will be able to overcome this disaster by getting together. This positive view is based on evidence that underlines that India was not only able to limit the infection of the virus, but could also ensure essential health services to the needy.
However, a section of international and Indian media is still adamant that it will continue to dismiss any positive news related to India. His keen interest is only in advancing the negative agenda for the country, especially in poisoning the government.
The facts established for this poisoning are also being ignored. By the end of February and the beginning of March, these media institutions were predicting a terrible havoc in the country. Their emphasis was on the same aspect that when developed countries succumbed to Corona despite the best health structure, India is bound to be filled. Articles were written in all international newspapers and magazines with frightening titles which were revealing a very frightening picture.
When these estimates went awry with a low prevalence of infection, this section began to adopt a new melody.
He started raising questions about the low number of tests in India, when the reality was contrary to his claims. In reality, the scope of testing was also increased according to the need and it was also revealed that unlike Europe and America, Indians were less exposed to this virus. ICMR doctors and health ministry officials also put up the relevant figures, but a section of the media rejected it due to its convenience and bias. When his negative notes were effectively pacified by the facts, the ragas against this section gave the impression that India's campaign against Kovid-19 would die in a few weeks.
It is the responsibility of the media at the time of crisis to raise legitimate issues and not to ignore the achievements of the administration, only to promote negative reporting. When your guess about the destruction did not come true, the media filled with negative attitudes started shouting Islamophobia in India. For this he resorted to the misdeeds of Tabligi Jamaat. Against dissatisfaction of the general public against the work of tabligis, he started accusing that the Modi government and a large section of the Indian media is trying to polarize this situation. This class also did not consider it appropriate to mention the government rules that were equally applicable to all religious groups.
This section of the media also seemed to ignore Prime Minister Modi's many appeals in which he called for solidarity with the people, saying that the virus does not discriminate on the basis of caste, religion, and any other such identity and our united to defeat it Must be. It is a matter of regret that such a skeptical view of India was carried out in the same manner among the radical left-wing self-styled liberals settled inside and outside the country.
At a time when India is preparing itself for the challenge of dealing with the epidemic and the rejuvenation of its economy, it is also necessary for the media to present a balanced picture of the discourse related to India. It would be better for him not to undertake any forcibly tarnishing the image of India at the international level.
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