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IJU 10th Plenary Grand Success

The 10th Plenary session of Indian Journalists Union (IJU), the premier and largest organization of media persons in the country, held successfully from October 29 to 31, 2022 at Chennai, Tamilnadu. The meeting was attended by more than 350 elected members of the National Council, Delegates and Presidents/General Secretaries of the state unions representing about 28 thousand primary members given a call to observe SAVE JOURNALISM DAY in the month of January 2023.   Delegates represented multicoloured, multifaceted diversity of the length and breadth of the country from the fields of NEWS ( North, East, West & South) and other distant places of India including far-flung regions of Ladakh, who travelled long to reach Chennai, the beautiful southern metropolitan city of Tamilnadu to deliberate and contribute to the future of Journalism in Comrade Santosh Kumar Nagar.   The IJU has expressed serious concern over persistent attack on media and the shrinking space for independent media in the country. In a resolution passed at the plenary, the union appealed to the democracy loving people in the country to raise their voice against the unabated attack on media and media persons by both state actors and unlawful vested interests enjoying the state patronage. The resolution further added that safeguarding the media is critical to sustain the democracy and it is sacred duty of every citizen to protect and stand by independent media. ReadMore

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