Journalists’ fraternity unite against neglect of Professional Media workers
By Nazir Siyal
KARACHI, NOV 04 (DNA) – A large number of journalist community of Karachi press club action committee held meeting to sort out KPC membership through legal process here at Khaliq Dina Hall on Sunday.
Professional and senior working journalist expressed dissatisfaction over the neglect of membership to senior journalist community by the KPC authorities and awarding non-professional favorite relatives only.
On the occasion, as many as hundred professional working journalists participated in the meeting and they said that governing body of the press club has ill-treated senior media persons, which would be fight for their rights through legal battle and according to the constitution.
They said professional journalists’ will continue play their part to unity among all KPC media community and never loose any space or gape, despite of failure of Governing body of KPC, which they are failed to perform thier duties honestly.
They also demanded the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalist (PFUJ) and other independent international bodies to intervene the situation against violence of the rights of senior media persons.
Journalists’ fraternity also demanded of the void of the present list of new membership which is not according to the criteria and legal, so that senior journalists should be given membership and than other junior media persons of Karachi.
15 members KPC Action Committee of Journalists including Naeem Khan Zada (Express News), Zahid Fakhri (Jahaan Pakistan), Muhammad Irfan Sagar (Quami Akhbar), Nazir Hussain Siyal (The Nation), Fawad Hussain (The News Week), Ubaid Rehman (Ibtaq News), Sohni Paras (Dharti TV), Syed Hassan Raza (ARY News), Rao Jameel (First News), Irum Bano (Ibtaq News) and several others.
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