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Maintain objectivity in journalism: President
President Abdul Hamid on Monday urged journalists to maintain objectivity in their professional works and thus play a significant role in improving the quality of journalism in Bangladesh.
The President came up with the call when a 10-member delegation of Dhaka University Journalists’ Association (Duja) met him at Bangabhaban in the afternoon.
Dhaka University Vice Chancellor Prof Md Akhtruzzaman led the Duja delegation.
President’s Press Secretary Joynal Abedin briefed reporters after the meeting.
Mentioning journalism as a noble profession, President Hamid asked the DU correspondents to give priority to facts while filing their reports.
He hoped that all the Duja members will ensure objectivity and authenticity in journalism and play a significant role in ensuring the quality of journalism in the country.
Duja president Forhad Uddin and general secretary Forrukh Mahmud apprised the President about Duja’s overall activities.
Secretary concerned to the President were present on the occasion.