Receiving a memorandum at his official residence submitted by the representatives of the independent and community radios, the Prime Minister said that the government would take initiative within few days to resolve the policy-based and practical hassles faced by radio stations, according to the treasurer of Broadcasting Association of Nepal (BAN), Bishnu Sapkota.
According to Sapkota, the Prime Minister said he was committed to developing and promoting the independent radios as such radios were playing crucial roles to inform people.
The representatives of independent and community have put different demands including providing all radios with government information, government’s initiative to implement the Working Journalists Act, and others. RSS
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