Journalists of Malir call protest rally against murder of Journalist Jan Muhammad Mahar


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Journalists Organizations of Malir Karachi called protest rally against the murder of Senior Journalist and reporter of KTN Jan Muhammad Mahar in Sukkur at Allah Wala Chorangi Gulshan-e Hadeed led by Malir Media Cell representative Iftikhar, Malir Journalists Organization President Manzoor Solangi, National Press Club President Waheed Sial, Sindh TV Reporter Mir Zulfiqar Jat, Imtiaz Danish, Functional League Habib Rajpar, Iftikhar Noonari and others.

Demonstrators narrated serious slogans against killing of journalist Jan Muhammad Mahar holding play cards in their hands and demanded fairful investigation of murder and justice with it. Expostulaters sat down the road and lead people said addressing protest participants that murder of journalist Jan Muhammad Mahar is actually killing of Sindh awareness. They said that late Journalist Jan Muhammad Mahar was brave, faithful and sincere with his job who raised the issues poor people and raised sound against injustice of feudalism and dacoity culture.

They said that after the killing of senior journalist IG Sindh, DIG and SSP Sukkur should have resigned from their job because they have become fail to protect journalists.

They said that with great and planned conspiracy the case of murdered Jan Muhammad Mahar is being connected with land issues so journalists of Sindh will not let it be any how.

They said unfortunately Pakistan has become unsafe place for journalists to perform their duties with easiness so they will not bear murder of any journalist more and not even allow anyone to demolish the case of murdered Jan Muhammad Mahar.

They said that they just want to have fairful and impartial investigation of murder after dismissing DIG Sukkur and SSP Sukkur if not then they will be constrained to have protest movement against.

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