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President Paudel urges journalism sector to strengthen republic, peace, development, good governance, and transformation


13 October 2023  

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KATHMANDU: President Ramchandra Paudel said the Nepali journalism sector has shown activism in informing the people to adhere to its professional norms and values besides in establishing and reinstating democracy.

He said the media has played such a role while the country was passing through a difficult time.

At a meeting with journalists at the Office of the President, Sheetal Niwas, on Friday, he said the journalism sector was a foundation stone of democracy.

“The main challenge of the media is to explore the truth and impart the truth. There has been an unhealthy competition to weaken the integrity of information and promote fake information. I urge the media sector to remain cautious towards possible loss it can cause to the country, the people, and the system”, the President noted.

Paudel expressed his belief that the journalism sector would report new stories in an accurate, balanced, and responsible manner in a way to strengthen the hard-earned federal, democratic, and republic system, peace, development, good governance and transformation.

Publish Date : 13 October 2023 20:14 PM

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