And to be fair, Sardesai has attempted to clarify on the topic, condeding that the questions were “poorly framed”. When one suggested that the journalist had taken a stance based on his channel’s political and ideological position, he was quick to clear the air.
“Nothing ‘right’ or ‘ left’ here. I concede questions was poorly framed and Asaduddin Owaisi has no reason to be held accountable in any way for what happens in a Saudi/Iran, but he is every bit accountable if his party plays minority politics: We must reject majoritarianism and minorityism,” he tweeted.
In a follow-up tweet he added that by “minorityism” he had meant “minority communalism/fundamentalism as opposed to minority rights/freedoms”.