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PCI to hold full maiden Council meeting in Srinagar on October 9

Srinagar, Oct 7 (UNI) The Press Council of India (PCI) is holding maiden full council meeting in Srinagar on October 9, an official spokesman said here Saturday evening.

The PCI delegation, led by its chairman Justice (Retd) C K Prasad and Members, is scheduled to arrive here on on Sunday for the annual Council meeting.

However, this will be the last full council meeting of the present Press Council before the new Council is constituted towards the end of this year.
The PCI Members arriving for the meeting included Mr S N Sinha, (President, Indian Journalists Union), Mr Prakash Dubey (Group Editor Dainik Bhaskar), Mr Prabhat Kumar, Mr Apoorva Kumar, Mr Bipin Newar, Mr Rajiv Ranjan Nag, Mr K D Chandola, Dr Suman Gupta, Dr K Sreenivasrao, Mr C K Nayak, Mr Prajanand Chaudhri, Mr Sondeep Shankar, Mr Krishna Prasad, Mr K Amarnath and Mr Gurinder Singh.
The delegation also includes, Ms Vibha Bhargava, Secretary PCI, Ms Poonam Sibal, Deputy Secretary PCI and others.

Pertinently, a three-Member PCI Sub-Committee headed by Mr S N Sinha visited Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh earlier this year to discuss the issues facing by the media in the state. Following their visit, the full Council is now convening its annual meeting in Srinagar to dwell on detail on the issues confronting the media.