Ganderbal journalists form Press Club
Ganderbal, Dec. 5: The journalists of Ganderbal district today decided to work under one banner and formed a Press Club.
The decision was taken in a meeting of journalists of the district. On the occasion, the journalists formed Press Club Ganderbal and elected its executive body.
The new body of the Club is: Sabir Ayoub of Prasar Bharti President, Sheikh Nazir of Greater Kashmir senior vice president, Adil Mustaffa of API vice- president , Sheikh Ishtiyaq of Asian Mail General Secretary, Sahil Farooq of Mission Kashmir joint secretary, Irshad Ahmad of Kashmir Uzma chief publicity secretary , Ghulam Nabi Raina of CNS chief co-ordinator, Sheikh Umer of CNS co-ordinator, S. I. Ahmad of Kashmir Times Chief Spokesman , Irfan Raina of Rising Kashmir deputy spokesman, Ajaz Ahmad Shah of Daily Roshni chief organiser, Mir Showkat of PBI chief treasurer , Mir jeelani of Muzafarabad times deputy treasurer respectively.
Besides Haji Farooq as chief patron, Rashid Rahil Editor Asian Mail chief advisor and Haq Nawaz Editor weekly Haqnawaz Deputy Advisor. The meeting decided to have 10 general council members who belong to different dailies, weeklies and news channels.
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