PM Modi’s advise to media not to focus on politics, rather focus on 125 crore Indian public issues: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Tamil Nadu on Sunday (November 6th). There, in Chennai, he participated in a program and said that freedom of writing does not mean to put the wrong fact in writing. Modi spoke on the media in the program He said that today newspapers do not just give news, but decide the way we think. Media has contributed significantly in changing the society, so it has been called the fourth pillar of democracy. Modi mentioned linguistic journalism and said that it is still necessary as before.
After this, Modi referred to Mahatma Gandhi saying that he had said that media is the fourth pillar of democracy but should not be used as a criminal. The PM further said that most of the disclosures made by the media today are linked to politics, but India is far above politicians. He further said that if the media focuses more on 125 crores Indians then they will be happier. The PM also said that the media should talk about environmental change.
Modi will be participating in many programs there today. They also have to meet former CM Karunanidhi of Tamil Nadu. During the visit, PM Modi took information from the CM and Deputy CM about the heavy rains in the state. There has been heavy rains since last few days, due to which flood situation has become such. Himachal Pradesh Opinion Poll 2017
The BJP governor, Banwarilal Purohit, and Chief Minister E Palaniswamy welcomed him along with the BJP workers on arrival at PM Modi’s airport. After joining a newspaper program, the senior IPS officer will be in the marriage of TV’s Somnathani’s daughter, who is currently the Joint Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office.