Breaking news झूठी खबर वाले पत्रकारो मनगढ़ंत किस्से गढ़ने वाले मीडिया के पुराने मगरमच्छ अब फड़फड़ा रहे हैं

सूचना एवं प्रसारण मंत्रालय ने एक सराहनीय और अनूठा कदम उठाया है इसके तहत सरकारी सुविधा,मकान भत्ता लेने वाले पत्रकार और मीडिया के पुराने मगरमच्छ जो स्वयम्भू  ज्ञान के भंडार बने बैठे थे और पत्रकारिता के बजाय अपने दानदाता नेता का गुणगान करते थे अब रोने की स्थिति में हैं,सरकार ने स्पष्ट कर दिया है कि 3सरी बार मे मान्यता स्थाई रूप से रद्द हो जाएगी यदि वह झूठी खबर 3सरी बार डालते हैं।
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The Government now seems to have amended the Guidelines for Accreditation of Journalists. Now, on receiving information of fake news, the information will be forwarded to Press Council of India (PCI) if it pertains to print media, and News Broadcasters Association if it pertains to electronic media.
The circular says that the complaint needs to be resolved within 15 days by these regulating agencies. Once the complaint has been registered with the concerned agency, the accreditation of the concerned journalist will be suspended till the resolution of the complaint. PIB, which consists of representatives of PCI and NBA will be reached out for any accreditation requests by journalists.
If the complaint of such fake news is found to be true, in the first instance, the accreditation of the said journalist would be cancelled for 6 months. On the second instance, the cancellation period would increase to 1 year, and on the 3rd strike, the journalist who spread or propagated the fake news would lose their accreditation permanently.
While examining the request for accreditation, the agencies would examine if the journalist adheres to the “Norms of Journalistic Conduct” and “Code of Ethics and Broadcasting Standards” prescribed by PCI and NBA are adhered to by the journalist as a part of functioning.
The circular ends with an interesting “it would be obligatory for journalists to abide by these guidelines”. Which is to say, these rules and regulations that now seem to be enforceable won’t be optional for journalists if they wish to retain their accreditation.