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Proposed online policy is a tool to suppress online news portals

Secretary General urges to cancel cabinet approved online mass media policy

22 June 2017, Thu, 6:18

Secretary General of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami, Dr. Shafiqur Rahman has issued the following statement on 22nd June, 2017 protesting the cabinet approved draft of Online Mass Media Policy, 2017 that keeps the provision for registration of every single mass media outlet from proposed national broadcast commission.

“The government has approved the draft of Online Mass Media Policy, 2017 in order to subdue the online news portals. The draft proposes that every single mass media outlet has to be registered under proposed national broadcast commission. This policy will be used to siege the freedom of expression and press freedom. ...


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