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"This is something which one cannot accept in any way," he said and recalled that he had spent a long time with Mr. Ram fighting the Emergency when the media and individuals experienced victimisation.
"Just as the Emergency, this too would have to be fought," he said.
The Union Information and Broadcasting Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad, called up Mr. Ram to express his "warm solidarity" with the newspaper. He said that what had happened was "very improper".
The former Prime Minister, V.P. Singh, spoke to Mr. Ram and the Joint Managing Director, N. Murali, and expressed his concern over the developments and voiced his strong support to The Hindu.
The Union Minster of State for Communications and Information Technology, S. Thirunavukkarasar, also spoke to Mr. Ram and conveyed his support.
The Kerala Chief Minister, A.K. Antony, called Mr. Ram to express support on behalf of his Government and the people of Kerala.
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