ट्रिब्यून के एक पत्रकार ने जसदीप मल्होत्रा और एसके कालिया पर उंगली उठाई

Naresh Arora : ट्रिब्यून के एक पत्रकार भाई ने जसदीप मल्होत्रा जी के निधन के तुरंत बाद एक खबर लिखी है …इस खबर में मल्होत्रा जी और एसके कालिया पर ऊँगली उठाई गयी है ..हो सकता है इस पत्रकार को मल्होत्रा जी से किसी प्रकार की जलन हो लेकिन कौन सा तरीका हुआ …


एक कहावत है "सत घर ते डैन वी छड दिन्दी है" …लेकिन इन महोदय ने यह खबर उस वक़्त लिख दी जब मल्होत्रा जी का संस्कार भी नहीं हुआ था और एस के कालिया जीवन मृत्यु से संघर्ष कर रहे थे और अब भी कर रहे हैं ..यह विचारों में पतन की परकाष्ठा है .शर्म आती है ऐसी मीडिया का हिस्सा होने पर ..आप भी पढ़िये यह खबर और तय कीजिये की यह खबर लिखनी कितनी जरुरी थी और इस खबर की टाइमिंग कितनी सही थी ..

SSP had left station without permission

Bipin Bhardwaj

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, September 22

Pathankot Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) SK Kalia, who was seriously injured in an accident today, had reportedly left his place of posting against rules. Government rules clearly state that an officer needs to inform his immediate superior if he has to leave his station.

Kalia was on his way to Pathankot from Jalandhar.

He was accompanied by HT principal correspondent Jasdeep Malhotra who had written about “goonda tax” being realised by the mining mafia operating in Pathankot district.

The area comes under Kalia as Pathankot SSP.

Why were the two travelling together then?

It is also being asked if Kalia was accompanying Malhotra to the sites where the mining mafia was collecting the “goonda tax” .

Or was he accompanying the scribe in an effort to dissuade him from writing further on the issue?

Prior to his promotion and posting as SSP, Pathankot, Kalia was posted as Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police with the Jalandhar Police Commissionerate.

Sources said Kalia has been occupying a government house in Old Baradari, Jalandhar, even after his transfer to Pathankot more than three years ago.

Sources in the PWD (B & R) said that Kalia had been given permission to retain his government house in Jalandhar for some time.

In Pathankot, the officer has taken possession of a rest house of the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL).Efforts to contact Inspector-General of Police (Border Range) Ishwar Chander proved futile despite several attempts.

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