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#GoHomeIndianMedia
They couldn’t digest their shame and have always Vomited Fake News. #asiz007 📰 Previously it was Lord Buddha now #EarthquakeNepal and many fake news about it.

A beginning of good thing.. Social media users showed power to remove them from country which So called Great politicians couldn’t do. The hashtag #GoHomeIndianMedia has spread so widely across that Indians are embarrassed in front of whole world and if everything goes right they will be leaving soon. It was nice slam to #IndianMedia on “World Press Day” May 3rd.

Keep spreading #GoHomeIndianMedia

Truth cannot be changed no matter how many resources u apply to spread fake. GET IT #Indians

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