Kejriwal irked with media houses

Kejriwal irked with media houses

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said media houses wanted negative stories about him. “I don’t know why media houses want people to speak against me. They are associated either with one party or another,” he said. “One of the reporters called us up and told us that his editors have asked him to do a negative story against the AAP.

He called many people to ask anything wrong about our government but the first 50 of them were not ready to speak against us. All of them said that they were happy with the government. He said it was a compulsion as the boss has asked, so he got three-four people to speak against us,” Kejriwal said.

He, however, said many reporters are honest but the media house owners and some political parties are not letting them work. He also defended his protest against police by claiming that the Constitution never bars a chief minister to be on a sit-in.

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