In a bizarre incident following a security breach in the Indian Parliament, reporters became the center of attention for all the wrong reasons. Protesters managed to set off colored smoke canisters both inside and outside the Lok Sabha, raising concerns about security and safety. However, a viral video captured reporters fighting over a smoke canister outside the Lok Sabha, turning the journalism industry into a laughing stock.
Protesters set off smoke canisters both inside and outside the Parliament during the Winter Session, leading to heightened security concerns. The incident unfolded at 1 PM, capturing the attention of reporters attempting to cover the event for their respective channels.
Viral Video and Public Reaction
A video of reporters fighting over a smoke canister went viral, drawing criticism and ridicule from the public. The lack of sensitivity toward potential evidence at a crime scene raised eyebrows. The involved journalists’ apparent nonchalance during the incident added to the criticism.
The video, shared on social media, garnered significant attention, with netizens expressing their views. Many labeled the Indian media as a ‘joke,’ while others compared the scenario to children’s birthday parties. Some criticized reporters for potentially tampering with evidence.
Commenting on the video, users highlighted the media’s focus on TRPs over security and questioned the lack of concern for the canister as potential evidence. The incident was described as a comedy show, with criticism directed at the media prioritizing entertainment over serious reporting.
Security Breach and Arrests
The security breach in Parliament during the Winter Session prompted concerns, but the accused involved in the incident were reportedly identified and arrested.
The viral video highlighted the challenges faced by journalists in maintaining professionalism and sensitivity during critical events. The incident underscored the need for responsible reporting and public trust in the media.