Three senior journos exit ABP

IN Media Watch Briefs | 02/08/2018
Media circles are abuzz with the exit of Milind Khandekar, Punya Prasun Bajpai and Abhisar Sharma from ABP News.  There had been reports that the government was annoyed at the channel's coverage of  Prime Minister Modi's Chhattisgarh visit, which said that women he interacted with had been tutored by officials. An ANI  report said that the woman who was quoted has stoutly denied that she was tutored, and has corrected what was reported by the TV channel.                                                 
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