CPNE condemns Maryam Nawaz’s assertion


The workplace bearers of the Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) have unequivocally condemned Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif’s confessionary assertion concerning the unfair distribution of ads to media homes and the banning of ads for sure media teams.

CPNE has demanded that the PML-N management ought to publicly apologise for its undemocratic and press-freedom repressing acts of the previous.

They additionally demanded that the committee arrange by the federal government ought to inform the nation, by means of a clear investigation as to what different measures have been taken by previous regimes to suppress the media, affect editorial coverage and “massacre” disliked media teams.

In a press release, the CPNE termed Maryam Nawaz’s admission a cost sheet towards the PML-N authorities, which is now in search of the cooperation of media and vying to grow to be the flag bearers of press freedom and the impartial media.

The assertion expressed that just like earlier governments, the CPNE all the time spoke towards the incumbent authorities’s anti-press freedom measures and referred to as for a clear, acceptable and equitable mechanism to make the distribution of ads truthful.

The CPNE demanded that the inquiry committee arrange by Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry shouldn’t solely conduct an neutral investigation into the distribution of ads and rewarding of favoured teams through the PPP and PML-N regimes but additionally inform plenty in regards to the promoting coverage of the final three years in order that the report of the committee could possibly be accepted by the individuals and journalistic circles.

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