On Monday, PDP president Mehbooba Mufti complained that national security and the most important issue, the TRP, had been made spectacular. PDP president Mehbooba Mufti has alleged that Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami and former CEO of television rating agency BARC PD Dasgupta were part of a supplementary chargesheet filed by Mumbai police in the TRP scandal case.
Referring to the Balakot airstrikes, he claimed that today it was clear that he was not there to avenge the martyrs of the Pulwama attack, he was there to benefit a particular group. Mehbooba tweeted, “A TRP on national security and crucial issues has been made spectacular which benefits the BJP and creates a misguided controversy.” People are forced to believe fake news, hate imaginary enemies inside and outside the country. The nation wants to know who will pay the price?
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Let us know that a few so-called WhatsApp chats have surfaced between Arnab Goswami and Partho Dasgupta, former CEO of BARC. The chats, which went viral on the internet, are part of a supplementary chargesheet filed by the Mumbai Police in the TRP case. Various parts of this so-called chat are being tweeted on the micro-blogging site Twitter. It mentions the NBA jam between Goswami and Dasgupta, the support of central government ministers and so on. At the same time, there was talk of a big strike three days before the Balakot airstrikes.
In this viral WhatsApp chat, Arnab Goswami told the then CEO of BARC on February 23, 2019 that ‘big things’ were going to happen, after which when asked if it was about Dawood, he replied, “No sir, Pakistan. This time something important is going to happen. “In his next reply, referring to the Partho Dasgupta strike, Arnab said,” There is going to be a larger strike than a general strike and at the same time there will be something important in Kashmir. ” February February India launches airstrikes in Balakot, destroying many Pakistani terrorist bases.