Manipur scribes protests and cease work

Exactly after eight days of media houses resuming publication in Manipur after the twin office of Poknapham and The People’s Chronicles bomb threat, Poknapham daily in a fresh demand by a group has been threatened to stop publication for six months.

The All Manipur Working Journalists’ Union (AMWJU) and Editors’ Guild Manipur (EGM) while condemning the fresh diktat in a joint emergency meeting held at Manipur Press Club, Imphal on Thursday decided on a 48 hour cease work strike of journalists. Media persons of both electronic and print media shall cease work and hold protests from today.

Media fraternity in Manipur earlier last week on February 13, 2021 suspended publication of newspapers and broadcasting of news by local TV channels which entered six days of cease work.

Also read: MHJU condemns bomb threat on Poknapham, The People’s Chronicle office, supports 48-hour cease-work stir

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