Porngate in K'taka: Cong & BJP fight over TV camera ban

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Bangalore, Mar 1: Congress and BJP - the two rival parties in Indian politics, seem to have begun a new battle over BJP's proposal to ban TV cameras inside Karnataka assembly (Vidhan Soudha) in Bangalore where former BJP ministers were caught watching porn videos during the assembly session.

Congress' spokesperson Manish Tiwari on Wednesday, Feb 29 has been quoted as saying, "If there is a knee-jerk reaction by the BJP...shooting the messenger rather than reading the is not surprising as it is guiding principle of their conduct all through."

Reminding people about BJP's earlier reaction during Tehelka scam, Mr Tiwari claimed, "BJP is completely consistent with its totalitarian, intolerant and fascist attitude."

Here it can be recalled that OneIndia earlier had reported that Karnataka assembly (Vidhana Soudha in Bangalore) is likely to ban all video cameras of TV channels except Doordarshan inside the assembly.

According to sources, Karnataka assembly soon will start following the tactics followed by several other states in Parliament. The assembly may not allow TV cameras belonging any TV news channels except Doordarshan.

The new controversy over the TV channel cameras arose following the shameful incident where three former BJP ministers - CC Patil, Lakshmana Savadi and Krishna Palemar were caught in a video camera of a private TV channel in Bangalore.

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