In an event held in Kathmandu yesterday, Chief Minister of Bagmati Province Rajendra Pandey shared that the provincial government had allocated Rs 10 million to build Media Village.
Opening the Samajwadi Press Sangathan Nepal’s Bagmati and Kathmandu Valley’s joint gathering, CM Pandey informed that the government had considered the renewal of all media within the province to develop and promote media. Pandey viewed that journalists should be active in reducing corruption and maintaining good governance.
Similarly, CPN (Unified Socialist) deputy general-secretary Jangannath Khatiwada asserted that the media sector should characterize the incidents occurring in society in a truthful and neutral way. Khatiwada, also Chief of the party’s Central Publicity Department, viewed the media persons should be sensitive toward social change.
Likewise, Federation of Nepalese Journalists’ Secretary Govinda Chaulagain voiced his concern over conveniences provided to working journalists being low.
Senior journalist Kishore Nepal, vice-chairperson of the Socialist Press Organization Bishwamani Subedi among others highlighted the execution of a comparative advertisement system.
The Committee will form a team to elect and handle the office-bearers for their responsibilities soon.