JJAC (Telangana) Handed Over 51 thousand cash to Journo Manoj's Mother

Telangana Journalists Joint Action Committee— (JJAC) has handed over Rs 51000 cash as financial help to the family of corona victim journalist Manoj, on Saturday at their residence. JAAC convener Devarakonda Kalidas, co-convener Avvaru Raghu, core committee members MPV Ramana, Kaparthy Janardhan, P Prakash, I Krishna and others handed over the cash to the victim’s mother Smt Sujatha at their residence in madannapet. With this, JAAC has fulfilled it’s promise made at the time of its formation. Victim’s mother emotionalised with the gesture extended by the JAAC. JAAC members expressed their condolences and tried to console her. Victim’s mother told the JAAC team that so far no help was extended from the government or the media channel her son worked for. JAAC convener assured her that the issue will be taken up to the parties concerned. Though the journalists are working putting their lives at risk, the government is not recognising their services and has not taken any steps for their safety. JAAC members requested the government to support the victim’s family immediately. Earlier JAAC convener and the team has inaugurated its

logo at their office in Amberpet. JAAC has made it clear that it is formed for the welfare of the local journalists and would take up their issues. JAAC members told that it is an independent body and has no political affiliationtions. JAAC wants to take the burning issues of the journalists to the Chief Minister’s notice.
-Press note

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