NRK’s commend GK’s contribution
‘It Is Binding Force For Kashmiris On Two Sides Of LoC’
NISAR AHMED THOKAR
Islamabad, May 14: While Greater Kashmir is observing its silver jubilee; Pakistan-based Kashmiris on Tuesday appreciated the newspaper’s management, editorial team and reporters for upholding the fundamental principles of impartiality and neutrality.
Talking to Greater Kashmir, Mehmood Ahmed Saghar, convener of All Parties Hurriyat Conference (M) Pak chapter said that GK was established at a very crucial stage and over the years the newspaper proved its worth and emerged as the single largest source of credible information on Kashmir.
Extending his heartfelt felicitations to Team GK, Saghar said it was unprecedented in the Kashmiri’s history that within such a short span of time a newspaper has touched such heights of popularity. He also appreciated the GK team for their consistency and diligence besides lauding their professional commitment and courage to work and report amid dicey situations.
Central leader of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat and convener of APHC-G Pak chapter Ghulam Muhammad Safi said; “GK is not only a trend-setter, a complete English Daily but also the voice of masses”. He said the newspaper kept the banner of journalism high without compromising on the basic principles of objectivity. He said Team GK deservers all appreciation for keeping alive for 25-long years the radiance of positive and cause-oriented journalism.
Renowned columnist, Ershad Mehmood said; “For Kashmir watchers living across the line of control GK is one of the major and credible sources of information”. He maintained that without compromising on journalistic ethics, the newspaper offers independent and balanced picture of whatever happens in and around Kashmir.
Noted writer and political analyst Arif Bahar said, “GK has become a binding force between Kashmiris living on both sides of line of control (LoC)”. He said, “I’m a regular reader of the GK and on the basis of its news content, analysis I would say that it is the national paper of Kashmir”.
The convener of Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement, Tufail Altaf Bhat congratulated GK on its silver jubilee and said that since its inception Greater Kashmir played significant role in highlighting issues of crucial concern. He said GK has emerged as credible institution and it deserves all appreciation for what it has achieved during the last 25 years of turmoil in the region.
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