"It was difficult night, I couldn't sleep and entire night I searched Google to find out some new reasons and arguments to counter Modi's bhaktas," replied NDTV anchor Ravish Kumar in a telephonic conversation with the India Satire correspondent "I called Barkha for her view late at night who was herself busy searching her reasons. After a big search I got the answer that no terror attack in the world could match 2002 riots when Modi was CM of Gujarat."
According to another anchor, Rajdeep Sardesai who is also vocal against people against terrorism told the correspondent that he would bring both the parties to settle down the issue.
"It isn't that difficult to bring ISIS on the table. I believe terror attack in the UK can't justify attack of Modi's bhaktas on me at Madison square," Rajdeep Sardesai told India Satire correspondent "That attack was a big harm compared to any terror attack."
Another secular media journalist, Barkha Dutt said it was her duty to bring the other side of the terror attack. "I am sure the so called terrorist is the son of some small trader or teacher and needed opportunity than knives in his hands, is UK government listening," Barkha Dutt asked UK government without any fear.
Sagarika Ghose who also exposed other side of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi quite often have a shocking revelation, she said "ISIS terrorists inspired by RSS ideology. RSS please stop your insane teaching to world's most peaceful so called terror organisation."