Why some Medias (TV, News Papers) indifferent to the two "Tamilian Political Parties"

Thread started by virarajendra on 2nd April 2017 07:55 AM




Why some Medias (TV, News Papers) are so indifferent to the two "Tamilian Political Parties" of Tamil Nadu

Gauging from what is happening in the "Media World" in Tamil Nadu with the State Bi-Elections, Municipal, and Village Council - Elections close at hand, it is very clear that "some" of the prominent Medias such as "TV Stations" and "News Papers" are "suppressing" the News on - Election Activities and Propaganda Meetings of the leading "Tamilian Parties of Tamil Nadu" namely the "Paattaali Makkal Katchi (PMK) and Naam Thamilar Katchi (NTK)", and projecting in a "big way" only the activities of the existing "Dravidian Parties".

Even the "Karuththu Kanippukal" made by various Medias at various times while highlighting the Dravidian Parties in the forefront they did not have the "simple courtesy" to mention the names of the two "Tamilian Parties" of Tamil Nadu even at the bottom of the List, but just referred to as 'Other Parties'
"trying to indicate to the People of Tamil Nadu that the Tamilian Parties are nowhere in Tamil Nadu Politics and are not worthy of mention -

"or" may be not to "project and publicise
" - to the 'majority' uneducated and partly educated - among the Tamil Population in every nook and corner of entire Tamil Nadu - the very existance of these two "Tamil Political Parties in Tamil Nadu", and that their Salvation is entirely in the hands of the Dravidians Parties who provide them the "essential beggerly Freebees for their daily existance", and hence that they should stand only by these Dravidian Parties.

In reality - the two Tamilian Parties have "gradually come up much in their popularity in par with the Dravidian Parties of Tamil Nadu" especially among the up-comming educated younger generation of Tamils of Tamil Nadu, - in the wake of "Tamil Desiyam" being deeply rooted among the present day Tamilians who are in the majority in Tamil Nadu being 89.43% as per the Tamil Nadu Ethinic Statistics of the year 2001, in a region which has been historically their "traditional homelands over 3000 years"
".




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