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French journalist claims Indian Home Ministry has served notice for ‘malicious’ reporting

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French journalist Vanessa Dougnac has claimed to have acquired a discover from the Indian house ministry that alleged her work was “inimical” to nationwide pursuits, reported AFP.

The information company claimed she was “facing expulsion from India after two decades”, claiming that Indian authorities had termed her reportage “malicious and critical”.

AFP stated Dougnac was a contributor to a number of French-language publications, together with the weekly journal Le Level, and has been primarily based in India for 22 years.

AFP claimed the alleged discover stated: “Her journalistic activities are malicious and critical in manner… they create biased perception about India. In addition, her activities may also provoke disorder and disturb peace.”

AFP stated the stated discover gave Dougnac, married to an Indian, till February 2 to problem the ministry’s resolution to cancel her everlasting residency.

AFP claimed Dougnac had reported on points resembling Maoist Naxalite insurgency in components of rural India. The information company quoted the French journalist as having denied “all the allegations and imputations” made towards her.

“India is my home, a country which I deeply love and respect, and I have never engaged in any acts that are in any manner prejudicial to Indian interests,” AFP quoted Dougnac.

The AFP report additionally stated the house ministry and international ministry had been contacted for remark.

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