Kya apke toothpaste mein namak hain: TV reporter had asked Yasin Malik

May 21st, 2017 | By | Category: New

The India Today TV reporter heckled by Yasin Malik today clarified that all she had been asking Malik was, ‘Kya aapke toothpaste mein namak hai’.

Kamaljit Sandu’s clarification gives a new twist to the mystery ‘why Yasin Malik heckled the TV journalist’ which became the second most asked question this week on Google India after ‘why Katappa killed Bahubali’.

“Malik should have known that professional Indian journalism is barging into bathrooms to ask, kya aapke toothpaste mein namak hai, that is all I was asking,” Sandu said.  “This is our proud journalism, what else was he expecting.”

Malik, however, refuted the latest statement saying that he was not brushing his teeth at all.

“How did she enter my bedroom, when I did not even say aaaaah!,” Malik said. “And obviously, I was not brushing.”

Sandhu countered that in the Namak situation no Indian reporter needs any prior appointment in Kashmir or in Nepal.

“We can ask anybody anything anywhere. These separatists have no shame,” said Sandhu adding that she was extremely professional, as professional as any Indian journalist can be, in conduct.

“I was extremely polite. Like on TV I didn’t break door or window while thrusting my mic on Malik’s face,” said Sandhu. “I hadn’t even asked if the salt was white or red, Indian or Pakistani, but if he wasn’t hiding anything in his mouth why didn’t he answer my question.”

But a defiant Malik insisted that Sandhu was at fault.

“I have never heckled or shooed away any women reporters from my room. In fact I have been a warm host,” Malik said.

“As far as namak thing is concerned, does she look like Kareena Kapoor.”

 


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