PAKISTAN: News Propaganda Against Hina Rabbani Khar

Posted on | oktober 2, 2012 | No Comments

Hina Rabbani Khar

“Mr. Gomes must be appreciated on taking a principled stand, exposing Such mischief makers. Hats off to you Mr.Gomes” – S.M.K Durrani

The recent series of news on so called love affair between Pakistani foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar and co-chairman of Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari by Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is perfect example of propaganda covertly packaged as credible news without sufficient transparency concerning the news item’s source and the motivation behind its release is very defamatory.

The news propaganda by salah uddin shoaib choudhury has violated the ‘ideal’ mission of journalism.

What Salah Uddin Shoiab choudhury has done in criminal law it is clear a fraud and is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual and very clearly defamatory in type.

Salah Uddin Shoiab choudhury engaged in borderline defamatory conduct, spreading innuendo about so called love affair between Pakistani foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar and co-chairman of Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari that injured reputations of high profile politicians.

People from all around the world has condemned the yellow journalism of Salah Uddin Shoiab choudhury. Thanks for information about yellow Journalist.Hina Rubbani Khar are married with my friend and she will ignore all baseless reports.
Syed Zafar

Mr Williams has written a very good rejoinder; But I am sorry none has come our friends in Pakistan. Hina is an honourable woman, who has proved to be an excellent foreign Minister. This is just to let her down. Mr William Thanks once again
Muhammad Shahbaz Thuthaal
Multan road,Lahore

Mr. Gomes must be appreciated on taking a principled stand, exposing Such mischief makers. Hats off to you Mr.Gomes
S.M.K Durrani

Mr Gomes thank you for exposing the riff raff that destroy the image of the press. The foreign minister is of impeccable character and to strike her unfairly in this preposterous manner was repulsive to say the least. .
Imran Husain

Dear All: Irrespective of the stories being published in the foreign and local press with regard to the so called affair of Bilawal Bhutto and Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, our journalists must always remember that great nations always keep high the considerations of their fame in the comity of the nations and esteem of their leaders; and that their great profession strictly warranted full compliance of the popular norms of professional ethics and our moral values. Ironically enough amid mushroom growth of the media industry in Pakistan the professional standard is fast on the decline wherein even the so called leading anchorpersons and editors have no capability to distinguish between the vicious propaganda and hard information; and that as to how such information could be useful for the public at large and its potential to pollute the patriotic sentiments of the nation especially the youth which is the future of Pakistan. In Britain the periodicals and dailies which are notorious for such filthy stuff is called gutter press; but in Pakistan even the so called big shots of our media have mixed up serious and gutter press; it is the high time for all and sundry to come forward to help rebuild the foundations of moral values and ethics of our noble profession.

I do not know Hina Khar personally, but professionally, what I have noticed about her is that she is a very sensible, level-headed young woman who has been doing quite a commendable job as Foreign Minister of our crisis-ridden country. She, perhaps, has more substance in her than all the rest of our bloated Cabinet put together. I am sure she has more sense than to be carrying on with an immature boy, but even if she is having an affair with Bilawal Bhutto, it is her own business and the business of her husband, NOT of gutter journalists who have nothing better to do than to wallow in the filth created in their own dirty minds. Let the poor woman do her work in peace. She already has more than enough on her plate…!!! Sheree Sardar
Senior Producer, Reuters Television (Pakistan)
Thomson Reuters

I fully agree to Sheree…there are few examples in MEN’s tribe who simply cannot see any woman going ahead of the parameters ,THEY,define for her…and if happens so…THEY launch character assasination move…It is so unfortunate
Rashida Sohail

AUTHOR: William Nicholas Gomes
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