Special Correspondent, Bhopal, The suicide of a senior journal Kalpesh Yagnik from the second floor of his office’s building and the disclosure which has emerged from this incident is that why the media giants who claim to be the directors of the society are trapping in the trap of seductresses? Not only deceased Kalpesh but some more names can be listed.
The court has increase the police remand of the accused Saloni Arora till 12th August. It is very obvious from the call recording of Kalpesh and Saloni which have been recovered that how rigorously, Saloni was demanding rupees 5 crores from Kalpesh to keep her mouth shut.
And in reply, how Kalpesh who usually a thunderbolt, groaning in his shaking voice?Now the question arises that what weakness did she have of a big journal that Kalpesh could not be able to speak in front of her and finally he was compelled to suicide? What was there, which has damaged his prestige and making difficult to be alive?
In one recording she was saying that I keep that much of material in this age of 43 years that anyone can give me bungalow, car and bank balance. By saying this, Saloni has exposed her elf. But one question which is waving in the air among the public is how the media giant Kalpesh Yagnik, who illuminates the society with his knowledge got trapped in the trap of seductress? Why and how he was misled that he had to finish his life.
Kalpesh is not only one example, many media giants from Madhya Pradesh to New Delhi are in the grip of seductresses. FIR has been filed against some of them and cases are going on in the court against some of them.
Kalpesh scandal has shaken and forced public to think that if these types of persons are trapping in the scandals then what the remaining society will do? A senior journal Tarun Tejpal who had disclosed the bribe scandal of than BJP Chairman Bangaru Laxman is also stuck in case after the complaint of a young girl in Goa. Tejpal is believed to be one of the sharpest journals of the country.
It is also worth noting that in the decade of 80s, a senior journal of Madhya Pradesh, Yatindre Bhatnagar had been trapped in scandal of spying and after that he had to depart from Madhya Pradesh to settle in the US.
Here also the same question arises why that the director of the society and national interest, Bhatnagar can be trapped in the case of spying for another country? Some observers also believe in these references of Kalpesh and other scandals that the political parties are promoting these types of scandals on social and on other mediums to divert the minds of the public from the real issues.