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Scribes protest Jorhat DC�s order

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JORHAT, July 12 - Staging a protest against the Jorhat Deputy Commissioner�s order to restrict mediamen�s entry into his office, without prior approval, several journalists here on Saturday said that such an order will create problems for the scribes to investigate scams and the involvement of �corrupt officials� in the district treasury and in the office of an Additional Deputy Commissioner.

A press release issued by the Information and Public Relations Officer of the district on Friday evening, clearly stated that scribes of all the print and electronic media are requested by the DC not to enter into his office without prior approval.

Asked about the reason for such a restriction, Deputy Commissioner Solanki Vishal Vasant said that many officials of his office had requested him to restrict the scribes in the office as some people posing as mediapersons had created problems during the office hours by badgering the employees with questions.

In a press release, the district unit of the All Assam District Administration Employees� Association stated that some unidentified persons caused a nuisance in their office on July 8 and 9 by posing as mediapersons. They said that the matter was informed to the Deputy Commissioner.

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Scribes protest Jorhat DC�s order

JORHAT, July 12 - Staging a protest against the Jorhat Deputy Commissioner�s order to restrict mediamen�s entry into his office, without prior approval, several journalists here on Saturday said that such an order will create problems for the scribes to investigate scams and the involvement of �corrupt officials� in the district treasury and in the office of an Additional Deputy Commissioner.

A press release issued by the Information and Public Relations Officer of the district on Friday evening, clearly stated that scribes of all the print and electronic media are requested by the DC not to enter into his office without prior approval.

Asked about the reason for such a restriction, Deputy Commissioner Solanki Vishal Vasant said that many officials of his office had requested him to restrict the scribes in the office as some people posing as mediapersons had created problems during the office hours by badgering the employees with questions.

In a press release, the district unit of the All Assam District Administration Employees� Association stated that some unidentified persons caused a nuisance in their office on July 8 and 9 by posing as mediapersons. They said that the matter was informed to the Deputy Commissioner.