In a recent development, Pappu Yadav, the leader of the Jan Adhikar Party, has spoken out against the Fake F.I.R filed against journalists regarding the issue of Bihari laborers. Yadav extended his support to the journalists and criticized the challenge given to Tejashwi Yadav, the leader of the opposition in Bihar.
According to sources, the FIR was filed against Manish Kashyap, Shubham Shukla, and other journalists who had reported on the plight of Bihari laborers who were injured and beaten up recently in South India and various other parts of the country. The journalists were accused of spreading false information and creating panic among the public.
Yadav, who has been vocal about the issue of laborers in Bihar, criticized the government’s handling of the situation and extended his support to the journalists. He stated that the FIR was an attempt to suppress the voice of the media and prevent them from reporting on the ground realities.
Yadav further challenged Tejashwi Yadav to meet with the families of the injured laborers and show the courage to address their concerns. He urged the opposition leader to focus on the issue at hand and work towards finding a solution rather than engaging in political gimmicks.
The issue of Bihari laborers has been a contentious one, with reports of injured workers coming in from various parts of the state. The government has been criticized for its lack of action and failure to address the concerns of the laborers.
The support extended by Pappu Yadav to the journalists is being hailed as a positive development in the fight for media freedom and the right to report on the ground realities.
The opposition parties have also taken note of Yadav’s statements and are expected to raise the issue in the upcoming assembly session.