Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh.
Indian Journalist Association Prayagraj District President Radhe Krishna Tiwari appealed to the Central Government that just as the rules and regulations of advocates, doctors etc. are one across the country, in the same way the rules and regulations of journalists should be the same. The solution to all these problems is
The Modi government of the country should constitute Journalists Welfare Board for the upliftment and interests of the media world and instruct all the states of the country to constitute Journalists Welfare Board as well. Under which every problem of the journalists of the country should be discussed in detail and solved seriously. The Central Government is talking about Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and is also working on it, but has not said anything on the issue of journalists yet.
Radhe Krishna Tiwari said that the way pension facility is available in some states of the country like (Haryana, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan), similarly other states of the country.
Journalists should also be given pension facility. Governments should also be given this facility to the unrecognized journalists of the village level field (who bring the welfare policies of the governments to the public and the problems of the people to the government). Apart from this, condemning and expressing regret over the attacks on journalists across the country and the cases being written to falsely pressurize them, demanded from the central government. That Journalism Protection Act should be constituted and the benefit of free travel in rail bus should be given to unrecognized journalists also. Journalists who have done degree and diploma in journalism should be given 10 percent reservation in government jobs of Information Broadcasting and Information Public Relations Department. At the same time, journalism is not a business but a mission and service, so journalists should be provided loans at the rate of five percent to build houses on the lines of MLAs and MPs.