Padma portrayed in poor light

Refer article regarding Padma Shri Smt. Padma Sachdev published in this newspaper dated 14-01-2024. In the mentioned article, the writer-Squadron Leader Anil Sehgal has dealt with the subject profoundly well and treated all the referred personalities in a very respectful manner.
But some references attributed to Padma Shri Padma Sachdev who is no more in this world to respond are in objectionable and bad taste. These contents are more condemnable than commendable. Duggar Manch, family members of Padma Shri Padma Sachdev and Dogri writers jointly object and condemn some of the contents of the article which are regarding personal and family life and also long journey of Padma Shri Padma Sachdev by bringing following points into consideration.
In contents regarding Padma Shri Smt. Padma Sachdev, her personal and family references are overshadowing the whole contribution of the great poetess.
Padma Sachdev has been honoured with many awards including Padma Shri and also the J&K Government has given special honour to her by naming the Women’s College in Gandhi Nagar in her name.
Is it a deliberate attempt to attack the great poetess with half- baked stories which are misleading the facts without confirming the sources of them with the respective family members while Padma Shri Padma Sachdev and her brother Gyaneshar Ji are no more in the world to respond.
Padma Sachdev was really a pioneer ambassador of Dogras may it be Mumbai or BBC London. She always lived and promoted Dogri.
Mohan Singh, President, Duggar Manch
Mohan Singh Slathia, Padamshri
Kusha Sharma, Family member
Vijay Verma, Sahitya Akademi Awardee
Randhir Singh Raipuria, Member Dogri Advisory Board Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi
V.K Sambyal, State awardee Ex-Director All India Radio Jammu
Brij Mohan, A Grade Music Director