Pervez Shaukat, president of Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists, who sensitized the participants about the extent the security situation prevails across the country, said the situation is very complex and critical.
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PFUJ stands for Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists
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Speaking at a conference related to security of journalists organized by Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists in Islamabad on Tuesday afternoon, he said heroin was also used as a weapon against USSR occupation troops in Afghanistan but later it became a monster for Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Kaira also suggested to Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) to constitute a committee to sit with the government for resolving the problems being faced by journalists and also get released finances for Journalists Victim Fund.
The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists accused the government of "an attempt to silence the free media".
The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists decried the "shameful tactics" by a government that has claimed to promote press freedoms, said Mushtaq Minhas, president of the press club in Islamabad.
The decision to indefinitely continue the boycott was taken at a joint meeting of Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists, the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists, and the National Press Club.