Rawalpindi Islamabad Union of Journalists (RIUJ) holds important meeting at Yasmeen Garden
Rawalpindi Islamabad Union of Journalists (RIUJ) held an important meeting at Yasmeen Garden, which began with the recitation of the Holy Quran, chaired by RIUJ President Shakeel Ahmad, journalists from the Twin Cities the participants of the meeting called on the government of Pakistan to formulate an early policy with media houses and media unions to deal with the media crisis protection should also be provided, Media unions across the country are being weakened under a conspiracy, which has sparked a media crisis. RIUJ elections will be held in January and PFUJ elections in March.
Various decisions were taken at the meeting while senior In addition to Secretary Muhammad Siddique Anzar, Abid Chaudhry, Rizwan Ghalizai, Mudassir Ilyas Kayani, Shabbir Mughal, Malik Zafar, Malik Naveed Sharif, Rana Muhammad Irfan, besides Secretary Muhammad Siddique Anzar, were also prayed for the forgiveness of the deceased and other loved ones of journalist Saud Sahir and other journalists. Malik Zubair, Sardar Owais Ashraf, Siddique Qureshi, Ali Abbas Shah, Munir Gul, Shahbaznar, Malik Junaid, Azhar Sharif, Qasim Munir, Timur Anwar, Imran Mani, Rizwan, Rana IrfanAnd a large number of other esteemed members participated in large numbers.
On this occasion, the International Day against Violence, Repression and Murder against Journalists was also observed around the world at the call of the International Federation of Journalists. At the request of the PFUJ, the Rawalpindi Islamabad Union of Journalists, after the meeting, observed the International Day against the Killing and Violence of Journalists and protested under the banner of IFJ.
On this occasion, Shakeel Ahmed and Mohammad Siddique Anzar said that we want to know why journalism is being considered as a crime. In Pakistan today, journalists are being subjected to all kinds of oppression. There is a voice against it. He said that journalists are being persecuted in our country sometimes in the name of cyber crime and sometimes in the name of political opposition. Being harassed Sometimes journalists go missing. All these incidents are in fact tantamount to stifling freedom of expression in the country. Are raising their voices together. He added that RIUJ would continue to raise its voice against the problems faced by journalists