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Journalists stage protest to demand release of Editor-in-Chief

Journalists stage protest to demand release of Editor-in-Chief
PESHAWAR: Continuing the protest, the journalists on Saturday demanded the release of Jang/Geo Group Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman.Carrying banners and placards, the journalists gathered at...

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However, they vowed that the journalists, particularly the Jang Group would continue to perform their professional duty.The protesting journalists vowed that they would continue to highlight the wrongdoings and give credible information to the people, which was their constitutional right.

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