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Citizens felicitated Badin Press Club's newly elected office-bearers.

BADIN -- An oath-taking ceremony of newly elected officer bearers of Badin PressClub for year 2018 was held at the Badin Press Club on the other day. A large number of the citizens and journalists around the district participated the in the oath taking ceremony. Altaf Shad Memon, Chairman, Election Committee has administered the oath by newly unopposed elected office bearers of Badin Press Club when Swai Khan Chhalgri, Director Information and Irfan Ali Junejo Information Officer, Information Department were the chief guests of the event. According to announcement of Chairman election committee BPC Badin, Tanveer Ahmed Arain was elected president of Badin Press Club as unopposed when Imran Abbas Khuwaja was elected as vice president simultaneously Shoukat Memon, Sawan Khaskheli, Dodo Panwhar and Abdul Latif Zargar were elected as General Secretary, Social Secretary, Joint Secretary and treasurer respectively.

Meanwhile, Malik Illyas, Abdul Majeed Mallah, Noor Hassan Solangi, Anees-urRehman Memon, Ashfaque Memon, Raja Shakeel Ghanchi, Malik Danish, Hussain Soomro and Ali Nawaz were elected and administered oath as members of working committee of Badin Press Club. The elected representatives of the press club also pledged to remain sincere with the press club and their institutions and to bring the city's problems to the superior house for the solutions. "We will continue to raise the voice against oppressors collaboratively with our others journalist friends" Tanveer Ahmed Arain, newly elected president, added. Mr. Tanveer Ahmed also pointed out that every issue of the region and public problems will continue to be highlighted through the print and electronic media adding that efforts will be continued for the welfare of the journalists' colleagues.

On the occasion, Swai Khan Chhalgri, Director Information expressed that Badin Press Club's journalists have always been fascinating and presented the region as positive at all forums of the country. The Sindh Government was also working to facilitate the free treatment of the journalists, release the grants to Press Clubs and insurance of the journalists, he added. Other hand, the representatives of different political and social organizations including trades unions of the district and honored citizens have also felicitated the Badin Press Club's newly elected officebearers and members of its working committee and hoped that the media is the fourth pillar of the state and educating the public well to judge the government policies either good for the country or else would play its vigilant and vibrant role for the betterment of the society.

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Publication:The Messenger (Karachi, Pakistan)
Date:Jan 2, 2018
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