The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has on Thursday issued a warning to all such channels, expressing serious concerns about the safety and security of the various reporters, cameramen, and other personnel of the various media organisations, particularly the private TV channels covering the cyclone “Biparjoy.”
The Ministry has issued a warning that covering the tragedy from the ground up could seriously jeopardise the safety and security of the reporters, cameramen, and other employees used by the private satellite TV networks. Additionally, the ministry has expressed worry that such on-the-ground reporting could endanger the lives of the numerous soldiers who have been deployed. The Ministry has strongly urged media outlets to take all precaution and show due diligence when deploying their staff in the impacted areas. Additionally, it has been highly advised that the company never make decisions on the deployment of such employees in a way that could jeopardise the safety and security of the organisation.