Anurag Thakur slams NYT's opinion piece on press freedom in Kashmir.
Foreign media have been spreading lies about India's democracy for years.
Anurag Thakur slammed The New York Times for an opinion piece on the freedom of the press in Kashmir, calling it "mischievous" and "fictitious".
NYT's opinion piece on freedom of the press in Kashmir is mischievous and fictitious, intended to spread propaganda about India and its democratic institutions and values.
The NYT and other foreign media have been spreading lies about India and Prime Minister Narendra Modiji.
Thakur criticized foreign media for peddling lies about India's democracy and pleuritic society, saying people are mature and don't need to learn the grammar of democracy from such agenda-driven media.
Indians will not allow such mindsets to run their agenda on India soil.
Anuradha Bhasin fears censorship in India could lead to a similar situation to Kashmir.
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