Arvind Kejriwal’s government doesn’t walk the talk on corruption.
Politics by Arpit ParasharMay 18, 2016
The Hindi news
channel NDTV India on April 18 ran a long programme on the way
two of its journalists had been treated by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government
in Delhi, criticising it for trying to undermine the freedom of speech of
journalists in the capital. One of them, who had been covering a press
conference held by Delhi’s minister of transport Gopal Rai, asked the minister
some questions, and when denied the opportunity to ask more, chose to write
against it in a blog pos
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