Bhubaneswar: The editor-in-chief of Sudarshan News, Suresh Chavhanke, on Thursday claimed that the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting had given the go-ahead to air ‘UPSC Jihad’, a show on the way Muslims are infiltrating the civil services’.
The Delhi High Court had earlier stayed the airing of the show, which was supposed to be broadcast on August 28, 2020.
Taking to Twitter about the same, Chavhanke said, ” “Satyameva Jayate! The High Court had asked the Indian government’s opinion on the stay order on Sudarshan TV. The government has refused to put a pre-broadcast stay on the show. The Supreme Court had given the same decision earlier. Now on Friday (11 September), there will be a historic #BindasBol on #Naukarshahi_Jihad #UPSCJihad (sic).”
सत्यमेव जयते 💪🏼#HighCourt ने सुदर्शन पर लगाए प्रतिबंध पर हिन्दुस्थान सरकार की राय माँगी थी, सरकार ने प्रसारण से पूर्व रोक लगाने से मना किया है#SupremeCourt का पहले ही यह निर्णय था. अब शुक्रवार 8pm #नौकरशाही_जिहाद #UPSCJihad पर एतिहासिक #BindasBol होगा pic.twitter.com/B103VYjlmt
— Suresh Chavhanke “Sudarshan News” (@SureshChavhanke) September 10, 2020
Chavhanke, had put out a trailer of a series on this issue on his ‘Bindas Bol’ show, which was supposed to go on air from August 28 at 8 pm. The promo sparked outrage with many asking not to broadcast the controversial show.