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Editor Turns Minister and Builds a Column for Press Interviews

A former editor who is now a minister, refuses to take any questions.

Updated:July 24, 2017, 6:46 PM IST
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Editor Turns Minister and Builds a Column for Press Interviews
A former editor who is now a minister, refuses to take any questions.
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Your world view certainly changes when you get a lal batti. A former editor who is now a minister, refuses to take any questions, even on his ministry. You have to put in a request through his information officer.

At the Heart of Asia Summit when journalists mobbed him for a sound byte, he moved the mics away refusing to speak.

"Things have changed," he said. "Earlier I used to ask questions, but now I question your questions."

Oh! in case you haven't noticed. One small thing hasn't changed yet. By his own admission. He still questions. Even if it's only those asking questions.

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