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Karnataka brazenly choking media rights?

by TIMES NOW 4:47 mins

Karnataka brazenly choking media rights?

by TIMES NOW 4:47 mins

In a shocking move to choke media rights, Karnataka has banned private TV Channels' cameras inside the Assembly. Ironically, the move comes just months after the Chief Minister Siddaramaiah was caught snoozing in the house during a discussion on rape. It is the same state where 3 BJP ministers were caught watching porn clips. So, is this the real reason why these politicians are now joining ranks to stifle democracy.

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