October 31, 2018
Chandan Tiwari, a journalist with Aaj News, found unconscious in the jungle early Tuesday in the Chatra district of Jharkhand (India), was rushed to hospital where he was declared dead.
According to investigations Tiwari had lodged two police complaints over threats he had received.
National Union of Journalists, India (NUJI) said: “We condemn this act of mindless violence. We demand from state governments to immediately provide support to the families of the journalists killed in the attacks.”
On October 30, video journalist Achyutananda Sahu, who worked for the government-run broadcaster Doordarshan, was killed in Chhattisgarh during a firefight between police and a Maoist militant group.
Both journalists were killed in less than 24 hours.
The IFJ general secretary Anthony Bellanger said: “As we prepare to mark International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists on Friday, the killing of Achyutananda Sahu and Chandan Tiwari is a stark reminder of why this day is important and why we must continue to fight for action to end impunity.” – IFJ media release
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