RIUJRawalpindi/Islamabad Union of Journalists (Pakistan)
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Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists president Afzal Butt and RIUJ president Amir Sajjad Syed have forwarded a set of demands to the information ministry asking the government to clear the advertising bills of media outlets with the condition that they must pay outstanding dues to their employees.
In a joint statement issued here by PFUJ President Afzal Butt, NPC President Shakeel Anjum, and RIUJ Acting President Nasir Hashmir, said that attacks on freedom of journalism will not be tolerated.
The RIUJ body decided to develop coordination with all media associations and reorganise the union's units in every media house to forward the cause of media employees.
RIUJ President Mubarak Zeb Khan told media here at the National Press Club that the safety of journalists was priority of RIUJ.
RIUJ President Mubarak Zeb Khan said that all journalists from the region were like a family because they had to report under adverse conditions from some of the most restive areas in the world.
RIUJ Burrna on Wednesday held a protest demonstration outside the national press club (NPC) against brutal murder of a journalist Zeeshan Butt who belong to Tehsil Sambriyal of District Sialkot.
The Minister said that Press Information Department (PID) keeps close liaison with the newspapers, magazines and print media organisations like CPNE, APNS, PFUJ, RIUJ and Press Clubs to keep them cognizant of government policy against hate speech and sectarian violence .
Journalist (RIUJ) on Tuesday held a rally to mark World Press
The protest was organized by media organizations PFUJ, RIUJ, APNEC, MWO against downsizing in different media houses and job insecurity.
The cultural show was attended by Senator Mohammad Usman Khan Kakar, MNA Jamaluddin, President NPC Tariq Chaudhry, General Secretary NPC Shakeel Anjum, President PJA Tahir Khan, PFUJ President Afzal Butt, RIUJ President Mubarak Zeb and large number of journalists from the twin cities.
Meanwhile, the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists (RIUJ) also announced to observe a black day on Thursday.
Pakistan become fourth dangers country for working Journalist, and every passing day brought a massage of life treat to the Journalists, but they government never ready to take serious steps for its security, President RIUJ side while addressing the protesters.