Rafale deal rev­e­la­tions

The Hindu - - EDITORIAL -

It was sur­pris­ing that The Hindu should have printed half-truths with­out as­cer­tain­ing the full de­tails, and given am­mu­ni­tion to Congress Pres­i­dent Rahul Gandhi who has ex­hausted his tor­rent of abuse against the Prime Min­is­ter and has only been look­ing for ad­di­tional ma­te­rial with which to den­i­grate the coun­try’s leader (Page 1, ‘Ex­clu­sive’, “MoD protested against PMO un­der­min­ing Rafale ne­go­ti­a­tions”, Fe­bru­ary 8). The ethics of jour­nal­ism war­rant that the com­ments by the then De­fence Min­is­ter should have also been pub­lished. Mr. Gandhi is only mis­lead­ing peo­ple with ‘shoot and scoot’ com­ments for his po­lit­i­cal gains. His un­jus­ti­fied and abu­sive com­ments against the Prime Min­is­ter will surely re­bound on him and the Congress party.

R.V. Reddy,

Se­cun­der­abad

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