ISRO’s Mission Chandraayan-2 almost reached its destination
but unable to reach its target during its last minute. This had left the whole
country disturbed and the ISRO scientists who had dedicated many years to
achieve this feat are under dejection. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his
speech to ISRO scientists had said the scientists that there is no setback in
science and the whole India is proud of ISRO scientists for their hard work.
When the whole nation is in support of ISRO and scientists, a video of one journalist rudely questioning a ISRO scientist goes viral and the journalist is receiving continuous condemnation from the Social Media users.
The journalist questioned with arrogance to one of the ISRO scientist, asking why was ISRO Chairman Sivan not present just few minutes after Chandraayan 2 not achieving the target. The ill-mannered journalist turned out to be Pallava Bagla of NDTV.
After the Social Media outrage, Journalist Pallava Bagla apologized for his behavior in twitter. Such incidents also raise questions about the standard of journalism in India.