SRINAGAR: A delegation of journalists called on Lt Governor Manoj Sinha on Friday and shared with him their perceptions about the ground situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
The delegation comprised of Bashir Manzar, Kashmir Images; Hafiz Ayaz Gani, Editor Rising Kashmir; Shamim Mehraj Kashmir Monitor; Bashir Ahmad Bashir, Srinagar Times; Masood Hussain, Kashmir Life; members of JK Editors Forum comprising of Zahoor Hashmi, Aftab; Mohammad Aslam, Editor KNS; President Kashmir Press Club, Shuja Ul Haq, India Today; President Kashmir Editors Association, Rashid Rahee (CNS/Fajar); President J&K Press Association; Gh Hassan Kaloo, Mirror of Kashmir.
Nazir Masoodi, Bureau Chief NDTV; Khalid Hussain Gilani??Bureau Chief Zee TV; Zeenat Zeeshan, Bureau Chief Republic TV; Mufti Islah, Bureau Chief??CNN/IBN; Sanam Aijaz, Pr. Correspondent Gulistan TV and Shabir Ahmad Bureau Chief ETV,?Mohammad Salem Pandit, Bureau Chief Times of India; Mir Ehsan Bureau Chief Hindustan Times ; Tariq Ahmed Correspondent The Week; Basharat Masood Bureau Chief, Indian Express; Zaffar Iqbal; Azan Javid, Correspondent, The Print.
The delegation also apprised Lt. Governor about various issues pertaining to media fraternity in Kashmir valley.
The Lt. Governor assured them of government’s full support and sought their cooperation in building peaceful and prosperous Jammu and Kashmir. He told media persons that this is the first round of interaction and more such will follow as this process of having interactions with media fraternity will be a continuous one.
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