ISLAMABAD:(APS)November 2, 2016-Shakeel Anjum, President of the National Press Club Islamabad said that reach the killers of journalists has been no progress.He said on the occasion of the International Day of crimes against journalists.
He said that over seven hundred journalists were killed worldwide during the last decade of his career.
At their 100 hundred journalists belong from Pakistan.
Shakeel Anjum said that most of them, about ninety-seven percent of the cases did not punish criminals even today. The downside of making constantly hit without any fear reporters that how did people will reach true?
Shakeel Anjum said that in the past decade more than 800 journalists have been killed for reporting the news and bringing information to the public: on average one death every week. In nine out of ten cases the killers go unpunished. Impunity leads to more killings and is often a symptom of worsening conflict and the breakdown of law and judicial systems.
He said that National Press Club Islamabad is concerned that impunity damages whole societies by covering up serious human rights abuses, corruption, and crime. Governments, civil society, the media, and everyone concerned to uphold the rule of law are being asked to join in the efforts to end impunity.