Coronavirus is sparing no one. From commoners to policemen and journalists, everyone's getting affected by it. Recently, 28 members of a Zee news channel tested positive for Coronavirus. While journalists are allowed to remotely work amidst the Coronavirus crisis, it is the head of the news channel Sudhir Choudhary who is being blamed for allegedly expecting a 100 percent attendance in the news studio during the times of Coronavirus. This despite a person testing positive, he asked everyone to come to work as reported by New Laundry. Sharing the link of the article, filmmaker Vikramaditya Motwane has slammed the head pf the studio.
In his tweet, the helmer of Sacred Games has written, "Slow clap for this vermin who blamed the Tablighi for the spread of COVID but ignored social distancing norms and insisted on 100% attendance from zee employees. 28 are now positive." When the Tablighi Jammat took place in Delhi earlier in March, there was a huge uproar on social media and in news channels, as to how the event has led to increased cases of Coronavirus in the country.
News Laundry has testimonials of several employees of Zee News stating that they were scared to report to the office as it was not safe. However, as per an employee, Sudhir Choudhary threatened the staff saying, "I don’t want to listen to any more complaints about someone’s fever or cough from tomorrow. Remember this: all of you will recover from the fever, but for the one who complains, it will never be the same.”
Slow clap for this vermin who blamed the tablighi for the spread of covid but ignored social distancing norms and insisted on 100% attendance from zee employees. 28 are now positive.— Vikramaditya Motwane (@VikramMotwane) May 21, 2020
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