Media Institutions on the 2014 Indian General Elections

745 WordsFeb 24, 20183 Pages
The preparations for 2014 Indian General Elections are in full swing as we are just a couple of months away from it. The three parties challenging for seats in the Legislative Assembly are the Bhartiya Janta Party (Indian People’s Party), the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (New uprising party called the Common Man’s party, a party that is anti-corrupt). Each of these parties are trying to change the perspective of people towards them, this basically includes persuasion tactics, rallies, promises all of which in our country as I would call it is ‘fake’. The entire country knows and believes that as soon as the word of politics is taken, corruption would be the first word following it. Many TV channels, new agencies and other forms of mass media have their learning’s backed by these political parties. It is not about a political bias, it is merely biased towards the party which supports it financially. These political parties financially support the organisation and that particular organisation has a biased opinion towards that party. This is where our entire country is in absolute disarray. The population of the entire country is influenced by what media broadcasts and how they broadcast it, when the media may or may not be portraying the true story to the public. In my honest opinion a series of news articles that accuses the AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) for corruption is where I found a biased in our media. I believe that after looking at the way in which various news agencies
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