In a statement uploaded in the weekly's twitter handle @Outlookindia, the magazine yesterday said that in a Lok Sabha debate earlier today, CPI-M MP Mohammad Salim referred to a story publish by it in its November 16 issue.
"It was not our intention to denigrate the Home Minister or Parliament. Outlook sincerely regrets the embarrassment caused to Mr Rajnath Singh and Mr Mohammad Salim. The online version of the said article has been corrected to put the facts on record," the statement of the weekly said.
The article created a storm in Lok Sabha after CPM leader Salim raised it, prompting the Home Minister to strongly deny it. The statement of the CPM leader was later expunged by the Speaker.
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