The opposition INDIA bloc’s decision not to attend television programs of a list of fourteen journalists is not a ‘boycott’ but a non-cooperative move, Congress leader Pawan Khera said on Saturday.
Congress leader Pawan Khera said, “We have not banned, boycotted or blacklisted anyone. It can be called a non-cooperative movement. We will not cooperate with anyone who spreads hatred in society. We cannot stop them from spreading hatred. If you want to spread hate, go ahead and do it. You have the freedom to do it.”
“We also have the freedom not to be partners in crime. They are not our enemies. We don’t hate any of these media friends. They may have their compulsions. And nothing is permanent. If tomorrow they realize what they are doing is not good for India, not good for society, believe me, we are all in this together. We will be attending their shows again. So don’t call it a ban,” Khera said.
“If someone continues to dump waste on our road, we have the freedom to change our path. We are just exercising that freedom and all INDIA parties have agreed to change our path,” the Congress leader said.
The total list of names on the list of non-cooperating companies is
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Updated: Sep 16, 2023 3:02 PM IST