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Correspondent served show cause notice for alleged misbehave with woman

Golaghat correspondent of a Guwahati based vernacular daily allegedly tried to treat a female employee of a printing press at Golaghat with mischievous gesture. According to the owner of the press, the said correspondent with a bad intension came to the press during the lunch hour as he figured it that during that time the owner and the staff used to go out except the girl who is a computer operator there. One must salute the courage of the girl who strongly resisted the evil motivated correspondent and crying loudly made the alleged culprit to flee.

In this connection the owner of the press lodged a complaint with the Golaghat Journalists’ Association. The Association in its emergent Executive Meeting presided resolved to served a show cause notice to the said reporter and directed him to make his personal presence failing which proper actions will be taken against him.
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Ranjan K Baruah's picture

Expel such people from the journalist association and need to take legal action. No excuse at any cost.
Rubul Mout's picture

Why was no legal action taken with immediately applicable? And why is the journalist association has to make a decision for his punishment? The disgrace should be stripped off from any part of society. I have been meticulously observing that most of the time if a media person (so called journalist) commits a crime, it does not appear in news. We should strongly condemn any type of cruelty that damages our society. No bias. Thanks for bringing up the news.
Nitya Bora's picture

It is very shameful that no action has been taken against the correspondent. Moreover he was inducted in the central committee of AAJU as Organising Secretary. Shame, shame...

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