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The Indian media is spreading rumors about the leadership of the Government of Nepal and the ruling party

The issue of ending the standing committee meeting of the ruling party CPN (Maoist) and the current session of the parliament was given high importance by the Indian televisions. But all the news was based on rumors. The struggle is centered on the internal tensions of the CPN (Maoist) and power politics. Indian televisions, meanwhile, have been covering the events, including in China and Pakistan.

India's Zee News said that the Prime Minister of Nepal could announce the mid-term elections, adding that discussions and polls were held with experts at the behest of China. Sudhir Chaudhary, the editor-in-chief of the television station, presented analytical news and claimed that KP Sharma Oli became the Prime Minister with the help of China and saved the chair with his help.

He also accused China, Pakistan and Nepal of trying to form an alliance to encircle India. India's DB Live and NMF News Television also spread similar rumors. The television station not only said that Prime Minister Oli had severed ties with India at the behest of China, but also recommended the end of the current session of parliament to bring in a party-splitting ordinance. However, no evidence has been found so far.

India's popular television Aajtak has been broadcasting misleading news against Nepal and the government on the basis of speculation. Especially in the case of border dispute, he has been slandering Nepal without any evidence. Apart from this, the Indian media is broadcasting misleading news on issues like amendment of the constitution, disputed citizenship bill and writ in the Supreme Court regarding language.

Therefore, it is important to be aware of the illusion being spread by the irresponsible style of the Indian media, which broadcasts news one-sidedly, rather than checking the facts and pursuing professional dignity. To be aware

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