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More than five JAAG TV staffers forced to resign

 JournalismPakistan.com |  Published September 02, 2015 |  JP Staff Reporter

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More than five JAAG TV staffers forced to resign

KARACHI: The administration of JAAG TV has reportedly forced more than five staffers at their Karachi Head Office to resign.

AJournalismPakistan.com source says the victims include a senior assignment editor, a rundown producer, junior copy editors, and an associate producer.


The source says that a few team members of the roadshow “Awaam Kay Saamny” have also been forced to resign. No reason was given to them by the administration.

Recently, Director of News JAAG Faysal Aziz resigned from his post. Since then, Sara Siddiqui, the owner's daughter has been managing the channel's affairs.

The sudden wave of resignations has raised concerns about the working conditions and stability within JAAG TV. The media industry in Pakistan has been facing numerous challenges, and such incidents highlight the ongoing struggles faced by journalists and media workers.

The source elaborated that the staff members were given no explanation for their forced resignations, adding to the uncertainty and dissatisfaction among the employees. The lack of communication and transparency from the administration has left many questioning the motives behind these actions.

In light of these events, it remains to be seen how JAAG TV will navigate through this period of upheaval and what impact it will have on the channel's operations and reputation.

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