23-11-201923-11-2019 13:20:01 IST
2019-11-23T07:50:01.120Z23-11-2019 2019-11-23T07:49:57.830Z - - 09-04-2020
YSRCP General Secretary and MP Vijayasai Reddy has filed a complaint against Andhra Pradesh's leading media publications Andhrajyothi and Eenadu for publishing false stories against their government in AP.
Reddy also requested the Ministry to cancel the Parliament entry passes to the journalists from the two media outlets.
On Thursday, Reddy had complained to Union Minister of Parliament Affairs, Prahlad Joshi about the false reports being published by two houses. He also alleged that the two publications had also tried to spread misinformation on the proceedings of the all-party meeting held earlier this week.
The YSRCP leader said that their reportage had maligned him and the sanctity of the Parliament.
He said that such reporting 'stinks of malice' and was done with 'wrongful intention', which would not only malign him but also the tradition of holding all-party meetings. Vijaya Sai alleged that the reporters who wrote the story had violated the basic ethics of journalism.
He urged the Union Minister to 'nip the wicked propaganda' before it went out of hand.
"Such intentional spread of misinformation to defame a sitting MP and Home Minister does not at all make them worthy to enter a building as pious as Parliament," he wrote.
Requesting the Privileges Committee to take up the matter to encourage accountability from the voters. Reddy also mentioned that he was planning to pursue a legal action against the publications for keeping the reputation of his part and Parliament intact.
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