September 04, 2015
KARACHI: The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) has stated it has nothing to do with an advertisement appearing in some newspapers regarding a housing scheme for journalists, namely Journalists City Islamabad.
In a statement, PFUJ President Rana Azeem and Secretary General Amin Yousuf said that PFUJ has neither initiated any housing scheme in any part of the country nor has it signed any agreement with anyone in this regard.
"Journalists City Islamabad is totally an individual act of some people and and PFUJ would not in any manner be responsible for any deeds of such individuals who have published this advertisement for Journalists City Islamabad," the statement said.
The PFUJ office-bearers said that if PFUJ were to initiate any such project, they would seek due approval of the Federal Executive Council.
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