Mamata Banerjee Blasts at media, warns of action
According to latest reports, the West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has today warned police action against parts of the media for trying to uncover false as well as defamatory cases in exchange of money.
Talking to media in a press release, Mamata Banerjee said, “The media gets reactions from some people against somebody by paying Rs.50,000 to 1 lakh.”
She said, “Just for the sake of doing good business, the media buys certain reactions to malign somebody.”
Further, she said, “Media houses must remember that if they try to project false and defamatory cases, then proper police action will be taken against them.”
It is known to all that relations between media and Trinamool Congress have been under notes since Mamata Banerjee named as the chief minister of the state. She was criticized for not properly marinating law and order in West Bengal, mainly in cases of sexual assault.
Mamata Banerjee was also criticized by media for her unusual decisions.
On the other hand, the West Bengal chief minister blamed the media for falsification her remarks and said she was ready to fight all legal cases against her.