June 25, 2019
QUETTA — After closing down its Peshawar bureau, the management of 24 News Television has now given the staff at its Quetta office one month notice to pack up.
A source tells JournalismPakistan.com that the bureau is to be shut down from July 17, with seven staffers including the bureau chief, to lose their jobs.
The managers have cited financial crunch as the reason for the impending closure of the office.
The channel will now have only one reporter in Quetta who will work from home after the office shuts down.
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