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‘Journalist’ wishes death for Modi, brazens it out when publication disassociates

On Monday (India time), Suprateek Chatterjee, a columnist with leading Left-leaning media houses tweeted a death wish to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Incidentally, it was just past PM’s birthday for him when he tweeted, as the Modi hater was in US when he expressed his desire to see Modi dead:

The time stamp seen along with a tweet is based on location of the person who is reading the tweet. The above screenshot was taken as per Indian standard time.

In case you thought that the Modi hater ‘journalist’ was just pointing out the unpleasant reality that every human being inches towards his or her natural death with every passing day, the hater clarified in a subsequent tweet that not only he wanted Modi to be dead, he wished an unnatural death to Modi:

Hate filled journalist wishes death to Narendra Modi on Twitter
Hatemonger Suprateek Chatterjee admitting that he wants Modi dead, and that he has no guilt in wishing him death.

The so-called journalist virtually wishes that Narendra Modi dies the way a dog dies after being crushed under the wheels of a car

This is not the first time the Modi hater had wished for an unnatural death to Narendra Modi. Earlier he had wished that Islamic terrorists kill Modi:

Naturally such hate mongering didn’t go down well with people and he was called out for the same, considering just few days earlier, Prime Minister Modi was asked to be answerable for the abusive tweets by people he follows:

This is not for the first time a so-called journalist has wished for death of Narendra Modi. We have earlier seen how an NDTV journalist was ‘excited’ when Narendra Modi had caught swine flu, how a Times Now journalist waited for Modi to be assassinated, and how another columnist with The Quint wanted Modi to be shot dead. The Quint was the only one to act in wake of such complaints, and they had disassociated themselves with the man who wanted Modi killed.

Incidentally, hatemonger Suprateek had written for The Quint too. The website took the same step as it had done earlier, and declared that it will disassociate itself from the hate-mongering columnist:

Other organisations for which the hatemonger works, i.e. OPEN Magazine, The Hindu, Buzzfeed India, Caravan, GQ, etc. have not issued any statements so far.

The hatemonger changed his Twitter bio later and removed the mention of publications he is associated with

However, it appears that the other organisations are not going to act against the hatemonger, as he issued a cocky statement where he justified his wish to see Modi dead. He issued the statement in a series of tweets, where instead of apologising for his hate, he mocked The Quint for disassociating with his writings.

In a very apparent bid to drum up political support, the hatemonger Suprateek also dragged in BJP IT cell in his tweets justifying his hate. And his trick appears to be working, with many so-called left-liberals supporting the hatemonger and attacking The Quint. Even the India head of BuzzFeed supported the hate-filled tweets by the hate-monger. Most certainly, the left-liberal ecosystem will reward hatemonger Suprateek Chatterjee for wishing death to Modi.

It should be noted that the same bunch of left-liberals had tried to take away job of author Shuchi Singh Kalra for an angry tweet over terror attacks, apart from hounding OpIndia co-founder Rahul Raj by writing to his employers complaining about his tweets, which did not wish death to anyone. The double-standards employed by those on Left are staggering like their hate.

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