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ISPR terms recent BBC report on COAS “fake”

Interagency Public Relations (ISPR) on Sunday called a BBC report in Urdu a “fake” that referred to an “unpleasant” meeting between Pakistani Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan and army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa. took place at the Prime Minister’s Office hours until Imran’s expulsion due to mistrust vote.

In its report, the BBC stated that former the prime minister had removed General Bajwa as commander in chief of the army and did not expect him to visit the Prime Minister’s Office along with with “emergency security routine”.

“BBC in Urdu story published today, completely unfounded and a pack of lies. Typical propaganda story does not have a reliable, reliable and up-to-date source and violates basic journalistic spirit,” ISPR said in a statement, adding that “no truth in fake story whatever it is and clearly seems to be part of of organized disinformation campaign. Case accepted up with BBC authorities.

In June 2019 BBC story titled “Disclosure of the Pakistani secret human rights violations claimed by Pakistani security forces of widespread violence against residents of former FATA during her anti-terror operations.

In response to “slanderous and malicious story”Published by a foreign news trade point against pakistani security forces, government of Pakistan filed a complaint demand an apology for which the BBC has not apologized to date.

Reading security of parliament beefy up in the midst of distrust session

According to sources, the BBC is promoting a “package of lies, not only with towards Pakistan, but also internationally. “There have been so many cases in the past where the BBC’s so-called ethical journalism has turned out to be fake, fabricated and unethical. of journalism, they added. Below are a few cases where the editorial policy and journalism of the BBC has proven to be fake.

Hatton Investigation

The Hutton Inquiry was a 2003 forensic investigation. in Great Britain under the presidency of Lord Hutton, who was appointed to the Labor Party government investigate disputes related to death of Dr. David Kelly, biological weapons expert and former United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq.

July 18, 2003 Kelly employee of Ministry of defense was found dead after he was named by the source of quotes used by BBC journalist Andrew Gilligan. These quotes form the basis of media messages stating that government obviously “sex up”September Dossier”, reportage on Iraq and weapons of mass destruction.

Hutton’s report made it clear government of offences, while the BBC has been heavily criticized leading to retire of BBC Chairman Gavin Davies and director-general Greg Dyck.

government condemned the messages and blamed the BBC of bad journalism. The then British prime minister Tony Blair apologized to public for taking action based on on wrong intelligence.

The BBC has apologized for a wrong demand for President of Ukraine

The publication erroneously claimed that the then President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko was involved in the case. in creation secret $400,000 payment to Donald Trump’s lawyer in return for access to the President of the United States.

However, after the judge in the Supreme Court in London on the side with interpretation of the Ukrainian president of article, the BBC decided it could no longer defend its reporting. As a result, the broadcaster agreed to pay damages and issue correction; it must also pay the legal costs of the Ukrainian.

The BBC later issued an apology: “In our Newsletter at Ten and in en online article published on On May 23, 2018, we erroneously reported that Petro Poroshenko, President of Ukraine, purchased or authorized a corrupt payment of $400,000 to be made Michael Cohen, personal lawyer of Donald Trump to extend the brief meeting between Mr. Poroshenko and President Trump, which already was agreed to, in broader negotiations.

“We are happy to admit that this claim was not true. We apologize to Mr. Poroshenko for any disaster caused and agreed to indemnify him for damages, legal costs and participated in joint statement in open court.


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Derrick Santistevan
Derrick Santistevan
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