December 05, 2018
ISLAMABAD – Freedom Network has urged Prime Minister Imran Khan to give equal audience to all media.
The suggestion came following an interview he gave to a select group of seven television presenters on Monday.
The network pointed out through a tweet on Wednesday that every media had a right to access, and reminded the prime minister that the pick-and-choose policy could harm the spirit of press freedom.
Every #media_house has right to access #PMIKInteractsWithMedia and pick-and-choose policy can harm spirit of #pressfreedom.@pressfreedompk urges @ImranKhanPTI to give equal audience to big and small, national, regional and international media.#Pakistan pic.twitter.com/5ZznYL0xFl— Freedom Network (@pressfreedompk) December 5, 2018
It asked the prime minister to give equal opportunity to big and small, national, regional and international media.
Hamid Mir, Dr. Moeed Pirzada, Saadia Afzaal, Imran Khan, Kamran Shahid, and Sabir Shakir, and Syed Anwar ul Hasan were the presenters invited to interview Imran.
Freedom Network is Pakistan's first watchdog organization that monitors press freedom and freedom of expression violations.
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