Day After Karnataka Govt Restricts Media Coverage Inside Assembly, BSY Urges Speaker into Reverse Order #Hegde_KageriOctober 12, 2019
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“My government is always committed to freedom of media.
Ahead of the three-day winter session of the Assembly from Thursday, Hegde Kageri on Wednesday restricted camera persons, both electronic and print media, from covering the proceedings of the session.
“State-run Doordarshan’s Kannada channel Chandana will provide the video feed of the Assembly proceedings to the private news channels,” an official of the Speaker’s office said.
The same will be followed from Thursday in Karnataka,” said the official.
According senior Congress MLA and ex-Speaker K.R.
Ramesh Kumar, private TV channels were allowed to cover the proceedings over the last two decades since they came into being.
“I allowed a few private news channels to cover the proceedings live or recording for their audience when I was the Speaker in the mid-1990s,” Kumar recalled.
“Eternal vigilance is the price of democracy.
It’s not the first time that private TV channels have been banned from covering live the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council session or recording them for deferred telecast.
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