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CPNE for not highlighting news regarding sexual harassment

CPNE for not highlighting news regarding sexual harassment

KARACHI: The Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) has appealed to its member publications not to highlight news regarding sexual harassment in such a manner which humiliates the respect and honour of the concerned family.

This was stated in a unanimous resolution, adopted at the Standing Committee meeting of the CPNE, held here on Friday under the chairmanship of its President Jamil Athar Qazi.

The meeting expressed its concern over the undue publicity given to the criminal molestation of a five-year-old minor girl by the electronic and print media which has affected the society negatively. This also gives the signal that the whole society is guilty and every citizen is worried about such happening with his own children.

The resolution stressed the need that the Supreme Court of Pakistan has already ordered that no name, picture and whereabouts of the affected family should be published in such cases, and the media should abide by this order.

The CPNE Standing Committee also deliberated upon the matters of Press Council, journalists’ security and administrative and financial matters of the CPNE. The meeting decided to observe a national conference on the occasion of the death anniversary of prominent Editor and Politician Maulana Zafar Ali Khan on November 25.

President Jamil Athar Qazi and Acting Secretary General Ghulam Nabi Chandio have expressed condolence on the sad demise of mother of Waseem Ahmed, Vice-President, CPNE, and Chief Editor of daily Awam and daily Public, Quetta.

In a condolence statement issued here on Friday, the CPNE office-bearers prayed to Almighty Allah to give courage to the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss and grant eternal peace to the departed soul.

Those who attended the meeting include: Jamil Athar Qazi (Daily Tijarat, Lahore); Shaheen Qureshi (Daily Jang, Lahore); Ghulam Nabi Chandio (Daily Pak, Karachi); Dr Waqar Yousaf Azeemi (Roohani Digest, Karachi); Rehmat Ali Razi (Daily Taqat, Lahore); Tahir Farooq(Daily Jehad, Peshawar); Waseem Ahmed (Daily Awam, Quetta); Mushtaq Ahmed Qureshi(Monthly Naye Uffaq, Karachi); Dr Jabbar Khattak (Daily Awami Awaz, Karachi); Syed Fasih Iqbal (Daily Balochistan Times, Quetta); Mujeebur Rehman Shami (Daily Pakistan, Lahore); Wamiq A Zubairi (Daily Business Recorder, Karachi); Khusnood Ali Khan (Daily Jinnah, Islamabad); Mumtaz A Tahir (Daily Aftab, Lahore); Javed Mehar Shamsi (Daily Kaleem, Sukkur); Kazi Asad Abid (Daily Ibrat, Hyderabad); Humayun Tariq (Daily Business Report, Faisalabad); Humayun Gulzar (Daily Siadat, Bahawalpur); Anwar Farooqi (Daily Aghaz, Karachi); Hamid Hussain Abidi (Daily Aman, Karachi); Bilal Mahmood (Daily Nawa-i-Waqt, Lahore); Syed Mumtaz Shah(Daily Mashriq, Quetta); Mehtab Khan (Daily Ausaf, Islamabad); Mukhtar Aqil (Daily Jurat, Karachi); Naseer Hashmi (Daily Ummat, Karachi); Syed Haroon Shah (Daily Wahdat, Peshawar) and Salman Qureshi (Monthy Naya Rukh, Islamabad).

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