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Journalist Khalid Jamil's arrest has sparked concerns over legal procedures and potential violations of court orders. Lawyers and journalists are questioning the charges under PECA 2016 and PPC.
PFUJ will continue to struggle for press freedom, Nasir Zaidi, said while accepting Nisar Osmani Award for Courage Journalism 2021 conferred on his union on Saturday.
The PFUJ strongly condemned the targeted murder of Metro1 News correspondent Shahid Zehri in Balochistan's Hub. Zehri is the third journalist killed in Pakistan this year.
لاہور ہائی کورٹ نے حمد کے خلاف دائر درخواست کو اعتراض لگا کر واپس کر دیا جب کہ پاکستان کی مختلف وکلاء تنظیموں اور خواتین صحافیوں نے حامد میر کے حق میں قرارددیں منظور کرتے ہوئے ان کے پروگرام کو بحال کرنے کا مطالبہ کیا ہے
ISLAMABAD: The Digital Media Association of Pakistan (DigiMAP) has expressed deep concern at the government proposal to create a new authority to regulate the entire spectrum of the country’s media sector including print, electronic, digital and film.
June 2nd, 2021; Staff Report; LAHORE; The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has put out a detailed policy brief discussing a diverse set of issues faced by working journalists in Pakistan, the report also makes concrete policy suggestions on how to address some of these challenges.
Islampura police have registered a case against a 24-year-old man for allegedly abducting a toddler on her way to a neighbour's house for Quran lessons and raping her. The three-year-old was later dumped on a street, but was found and taken to a hospital for treatment. The suspect is currently at large. For more stories on human rights abuses and concerns, keep reading.
Journalists, civil rights organizations and political activists on the call of the PFUJ held demonstrations in major cities today to condemn the attack on journalist Asad Toor, terming the incident an attack on free speech and press.
January 20th, 2021; Bureau Report; LAHORE; After three days of intensive discussions, the executive committee of the PFUJ has released a document outlining the hardships being faced by media workers in the country. The body has threatened the government with a protest campaign if it does not address these hardships.
The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalist (PFUJ) has launched a decisive movement for the resolution of issues faced by media workers in the country, setting a three-month deadline for the government to take tangible actions towards a framework that can provide physical, economic, and mental security to media persons, said Nasir Zaidi, the PFUJ’s Secretary General, as he read out a declaration.
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