April 17, 2017
SUKKUR: A journalist and a cameraman were among three injured Monday after a crowd protesting the kidnapping and murder of a 12-year old child attacked a media team covering the protest.
According to Geo News, the enraged protesters they threw stones at the media team and police officials outside the press club.
Geo reported that the crowd chanted slogans against media outlets after the riot broke out.
The injured, including a Geo News cameraman Nasir Jafri, were shifted to Civil Hospital for first aid, police said.
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Pakistan Television started its transmission on 26 November 1964 from Lahore.
Kohistan, an Urdu daily edited by Nasim Hedjazi, was banned on 7 November 1963 for publishing "a false and baseless report".