My question to Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman Is this the standard of journalism that you are promoting in Pakistan?
My question to Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman, his political advisor Najam Sethi and Group Editor Shaheen Sehabi:
Is this the standard of journalism that you are promoting in Pakistan? Is it ethical to harass a woman by intruding into her privacy, forcing her to respond to questions she does not want to answer (most probably to avoid misrepresentation) and then to publish a twisted version of the conversation to reinforce a hoax which has been vehemently denied by the PPP officials and the Presidents’ spokesperson?
PPP condemns Zardari’s re-marriage rumours
As rumours about President Asif Ali Zardari remarrying refused to die down 24 hours after it began circulating on the Internet, the Pakistan Peoples Party came out with a strong statement late on Thursday night to condemn what it described as a “vicious and unethical tirade” against the party’s co-chairman.
I wonder if the the Fake Civil Society (FCS) wallas will care to write an open letter to Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman and his political advisor Najam Sethi to refrain from yellow journalism and to purge their media group from known liars such as Azhar Abbas, known murderers such as Hamid Mir, known blackmailers such as Ansar Abbasi, and known propagandists such as Shaheen Sehbai ?
Abdul Nishapuri | February 3, 2011 |