In the meeting of the Indian Journalist Association, Post of District President Prayagraj, Mohammad Rizwan (journalist) was appointed.
Prayagraj (Allahabad) Uttar Pradesh.
During the meeting organized by the Indian Journalist Association in the premises of Allahabad Cambridge School in Prayagraj district, headed by Purvanchal Pradesh General Secretary Salman Ahmed Siddiqui, review of the meeting including organization expansion, membership drive was discussed.
During the meeting, it was decided to constitute the District Level Executive Committee of the Indian Journalist Association.
In the meeting organized in the premises of Allahabad Cambridge School under the aegis of Indian Journalist Association, Bureau Chief Sangeeta Sharma from Vidhan Kesari, Radhe Krishna Tiwari from Bharat Prayag News Channel, Mohammad Suheb, Chief Editor of India Post News Network, Mohammad Hasin from Lucknow Daily Asif, Rajeev, Kunwar, Political Bullet Hindi daily Lucknow- Afroz Siddiqui, Bebaak Sahafi from Raffan Ahmed, Mohammad Saifi, Mohammad Wasi, etc.
Purvanchal Pradesh General Secretary Salman Ahmed Siddiqui and all the visiting members were elected as newly appointed District President. Wreathed and greeted the Rizwan journalist.
After being appointed the same District President, journalist Mo.Rizwan first thanked the National President Jr. Seraj Ahmad Quraishi, after which garlanded the general secretary or all the members of the Purvanchal region and thanked them,
Newly appointed District President journalist Mohammad Rizwan assured that Wah will continue to hold the office of the Indian Journalist Association flag and will never break the unity and integrity of the journalists and all journalists are under the flag of the Indian Journalist Association Calling on the fight to enact a journalist protection law and said that all the members are associated with the Indian Journalist Association and under the flag of this association, the victimization and violence on the journalist should be stopped and the affected journalists should be given justice.