MDA law reflects BJP mindset: PML-N

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Staff Reporter

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb while responding to the statement of Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, outrightly rejected the Media Development Authority law.

In a series of tweets uploaded on Sunday, the PML-N spokesperson said, “You are bringing Media Development Authority (MDA) so no one can call you selected.

You are imposing the mindset of dictatorship, fascism, BJP and Nazi party in our country.”
She alleged that dictatorship is being imposed in the name of Media Development Authority as Prime Minister Imran Khan wants to become ‘Civil Martial Law Administrator’ in the country through Media Authority Bill.

“An elected and representative government is not afraid of criticism from the people and media,” she added.

The PML-N spokesperson further said that the Media Development Authority (MDA) is being introduced so no one could talk about this incompetent and corrupt government.

She alleged that the government wants to snatch freedom of expression from the people ensured by the constitution.

Meanwhile, Punjab University Library Book Club on Sunday organized introductory program to promote book reading culture.

The two books were “Exterminate all the brutes by Sven Lindqvist” and “Chand ko gull karo tu hum jaanian by Usama Saddique and translated by Asim Bkhshi”.

The introduction on the Urdu translation of the English novel of Usama Siddique was presented by Associate Professor of PU Oriental College, Dr Muhaamd Naeem Virk. Mr. Virk beautifully presented the subject of the novel which has multiple notions.

The talk on the Lindqvist’s book was presented by Dr Shahzeb Khan, Assistant Professor Department of English Department.

He discussed the rude origin and implications of European colonialism narrated in the book. His analysis and presentation was thought provoking and appreciated by the audience.

 

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