Chetan Bhagat is an author, columnist, screenwriter, television personality and motivational speaker, known for his English-language dramedy novels about young urban middle-class Indians.
A noted public figure, Bhagat also writes for columns about youth, career development and current affairs for The Times of India (in English) and Dainik Bhaskar (in Hindi).
Bhagat’s novels have sold over seven million copies. In 2008, The New York Times cited Bhagat as “the biggest selling English language novelist in India’s history”.
Indian media gives communal color in no time when a Muslim is killed by Hindu but when the same thing happens with Hindus they keep quiet and tries to portray as if nothing happened. This shows their double standard and hate for Hindus
In that matter, Chetan Bhagat tweets saying “When Junaid dies,media says he was killed for being Muslim.So why not say those killed in
#AmarnathTerrorAttack were killed for being Hindu?”
Here is the tweet:
When Junaid dies,media says he was killed for being Muslim.So why not say those killed in #AmarnathTerrorAttack were killed for being Hindu?
— Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) July 11, 2017
He gets huge support for his tweet which speaks the truth
Sir, be ready to get lynched by people who initiated #NotInMyName campaign !
— Vishal Surywanshi (@vsurywanshi87) July 11, 2017
Because our Liberandus don't have balls big enough to call our Muslim bigotry and terror.
— HyperNationalist 😉 (@OutrageKyunHain) July 11, 2017
instead they say this for a man who converted to Islm. pic.twitter.com/FtKG6bYMiA
— सरदार (@SardaarKhan) July 11, 2017
Nowadays media is spreading hatred among ppl. No matter watever the reason is , they point everything to religion. #AmarnathTerrorAttack
— divYa ♥ (@divya_264) July 11, 2017
Only you have the guts to call it out. Respects
— Ishan (@1SH4N) July 11, 2017
Sir Very True. This is so far the Best Tweet on #AmarnathTerrorAttack.
— RONAK MAKHIJA (@makhijaronak) July 11, 2017