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Telangana journalists threaten to lay a siege to Assembly

Telangana Union of Working Journalists (TUWJ)-IJU warned the State government that TUWJ-IJU will lay siege to the Assembly in case it failed to solve the problems of the journalists. Questioning the State government to tell as to what was the need of educational qualifications when there was no need for political leaders to enter into Legislature Houses.TUWJ-IJU has demanded that the State government amend the G.O.No. 239 and give accreditations to all working journalists by implementing Dr K Ramachandra Murthy Committee recommendations

TUWJ-IJU has demanded that the TS government amend the G.O.No. 239 and give accreditations to all working journalists by implementing Dr K Ramachandra Murthy Committee recommendations in to to.

They demanded that the State government implement the Arogya Sri Reimbursement Scheme on par with the State government employees. They said the problems have arisen just because of non-implementation of Ramachandra Murthy Committee recommendations and demanded that the government implement the Committee recommendations in to to. They made it clear that they are not against the medium and small newspapers and said they will wage a fight on behalf of every working journalist. It was not proper to the government to set educational qualifications as eligibility for giving accreditations, they objected and said journalists study the society by forming relations with the people and strive to bring their problems to light.

 

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