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[Nepal] Formation of Common Communications Policy, State No. 1

Good luck. The Media Communications Bill, which has been submitted to the Parliamentary Parliament in Parliament, is preparing to correct the common media policy in the state no-1, when it is ready to correct. The Common Communications Study Task Force formed by the state government on December 1, has presented various four categories of cluster and introduced the initial form of the general public media policy. In connection with the initial policy, representatives of 14 districts have also been given suggestions.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the Regional Common Communications Policy gathering workshop, the Minister of State for State-1, Hmatmat Karki, called different faiths and ideas, and demanded the journalists to join the profession. ‘Some of you are in the press organization, some people may be affiliated with the press union, but unite on professional issues.’

Secretary of the State No-1 Law Ministry, Bharat Kumar Rajal also participated in the program organized by the best wishes for almost one and 30 journalists.

Initially, the media was presented in four cluster general communication policy, working journalist law, information and technology and advertisement policy. Presenting the earliest forms of advertising policy, journalist Bandhu Pokhrel said that government officials are spending a lot of money even if the government officials are advertising the center of the center and spending less budget.

Pokharel urged the government to immediately correct the advertisement provision for public procurement law for this, saying that the media will be canceled due to the short-term investment of newspapers, published in the advertisement of the state’s territories.

Presenting the earliest aspects of the policy related to the Common Communications Foundation, Journalist Skill Chemjong assumed that the integration of the unified state media policy would be free of journalism sector, just as the policy of both the Union and Territory is free. ‘The state does not have to dictate the dictatorship policy.’ – Chemjong said- “The Media Council Act should be corrected.”

In view of the concept of working journalist Anand, Journalist LeelaBallab Ghimire urged the state government to work in both the media and the media. ‘We have not been able to speak and write about us’ – Ghimire said -‘ No letter has been received, no amount is available to you. He said that the situation would be going to be a revival for the implementation of a working law.

Laraajaj Bhattarai, who proposed the proposed policy related information technology, emphasized the need to make information communication effective by the use of IT park installation, online meeting and online training, and the maximum use of technology.

There were suggestions on four issues by making four groups in the program. Yagraj Sharma, the workforce of the leadership, is scheduled to be announced by the government on August 27.

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