Leaders Criticise Sealing Of “Kashmir Times” Office In Srinagar

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Leaders Criticise Sealing Of “Kashmir Times” Office In Srinagar

Leaders Criticise Sealing Of 'Kashmir Times' Office In Srinagar

The Estates Division on Monday sealed the workplace of the outstanding English day by day.

Srinagar:

Political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday reacted sharply to the sealing of the workplace of ”Kashmir Instances” in Srinagar by authorities, whereas a bunch of about dozen journalists provided their companies at no cost as a mark of solidarity with the newspaper.

The Estates Division on Monday sealed the workplace of the outstanding English day by day allotted to it in a authorities constructing at Press Enclave, with the newspaper house owners claiming that no prior discover was given to them.

The previous chief minister and Nationwide Convention chief Omar Abdullah condemned the federal government motion.

“This explains why a few of our ”esteemed” publications have determined to turn into authorities mouthpieces, printing solely authorities press handouts. The value of unbiased reportage is to be evicted with out due course of,” he alleged in his tweet.

Expressing solidarity with Kashmir Instances editor Anuradha Bhasin, the group of journalists alleged that there are renewed makes an attempt ”to throttle the day by day” which has been “on the forefront of combating towards authorities curbs on communications and press freedom in Kashmir, particularly post-August 5”.

“We specific our solidarity and assist to its editors and our colleagues there,” it stated

“A few of the undersigned journalists would additionally like to increase a proposal of devoting some work hours, at no cost, each day to assist the Kashmir Instances editorial group which might considerably assist maintain the paper in these tough occasions,” it stated in a press release.

CPI(M) chief Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami alleged that “it’s nothing however vendetta politics and an try and suppress the dissenting voices within the area”.

Anuradha Bhasin had alleged that her newspaper had been focused as she had moved the Supreme Courtroom towards media restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir after the Centre abrogated Article 370 in August final 12 months.

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