Nationwide Press Day: Rajasthan Patrika left enhancing web page clean in protest


On Nationwide Press Day on 16 November, Rajasthan Patrika, the nationwide each day symbolizing a free and accountable press in India, left its editorial house clean to register its protest in opposition to the menace to the liberty of the press.

“Leaving the editorial house vacant, we oppose ‘Black Legislation, the killer of democracy’,” it learn.
On September 7, the Vasundhara Raje authorities handed the Prison Legislation (Rajasthan Modification) Ordinance, 2017, which seeks to guard serving and former judges, magistrates and public servants from investigation for on-duty motion with out its approval. The ordinance additionally bars the media from naming public servants and politicians as accused, until the federal government approves prosecution.

Chatting with Exchange4media, former editor of the Financial and Political Weekly Paranjoy Guha Thakurta referred to as the Rajasthan Patrika’s resolution “a great gesture” and appealed that the remainder of the “media also needs to converse up and never be afraid.”
Thakurta is presently dealing with a defamation case from the Adani Group for his story on how the federal government allegedly flouted guidelines for the group and earlier with a authorized discover for his ebook Gasoline Wars – Crony Capitalism and the Ambanis was slapped.
“Whereas the house for a free and free press has diminished, rather more must be performed to create extra space for a free media,” he stated.
This 12 months India’s rank within the World Press Freedom Index is 136th, which is three factors lower than final 12 months.
“What journalists converse within the press membership and elsewhere shouldn’t be mirrored within the work due to the organizations they work with. All are bonded laborers of company possession.
Earlier additionally they used to say ‘shoot the messenger’, now they actually shoot the messenger prefer it occurred with Gauri Lankesh. We welcome the choice of Rajasthan Patrika,” stated Seema Mustafa, Editor-in-Chief, Citizen

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