PCI team to visit Valley
Panel To Review Issues Confronting Journalists
GK NEWS NETWORK
New Delhi, June 15: A high level panel of the Press Council of India (PCI) will be on a four-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir to examine the issues related to the safety of journalists in the state particularly in Kashmir valley. A specially set up sub-committee of the PCI will reach Srinagar on June 18.
According to a PCI spokesperson, the sub-committee is headed by senior journalist Kosuri Amarnath, from Andhra Pradesh, and will have eight other members belonging to various media organizations as members. Those desirous of interacting with the PCI delegation can call Mr Amarnath on his cell phone: 09849562777 or 040- 27113772, he said.
The panel is expected to interact with media organizations in Srinagar between June 18 to 21. They will also hold consultations with the state’s Home Secretary, Director General Police, Secretary and Director Information.
The committee is also slated to interact with the officers of the Army and paramilitary forces on June 20.
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