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February 15, 2018
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A matter of public image

Newspost

February 15, 2018

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This refers to the article ‘A matter of reputation’ (Feb 13) by Barrister M Mumtaz Ali. The writer has done full justice to the sensitive issue involving the dissemination of unverified news by referring to the constitutional clauses that guarantee freedom of speech. Any attempts that are made to dent the reputation of others are wholly unacceptable and uncalled for.

It is unfortunate that many TV anchors have been involved in unscrupulous practices that tarnish the image of a large number of people. Every news item should be published after undergoing a strict verification process. No one should be allowed to humiliate others and hurl baseless allegations against them.

Muhammad Fayyaz

Mianwali

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