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SRINAGAR — Jammu and Kashmir Young Journalists Association (JKYJA) observed its 11th anniversary on Monday. It was on this day in 2012 that the working body of young journalists from the Jammu and Kashmir region was constituted.

“The idea of forming an association that takes care of the young journalists in the field came about as a result of the difficult situation that the young scribes face in many issues facing Kashmir,” said the founding President Ajaz Ahmad War.

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He added, “While all the journalists are equally susceptible to the vagaries of difficult scenarios, the younger generation is more prone to be at the receiving end. So, it was mandatory for us to form a body of young working journalists, so that their problems and grievances could be addressed.”

He urged the government to ensure that all the professional news portals of Jammu and Kashmir, especially those operating for many years, are recognized.

JKYJA President Ajaz Ahmad War observed that JKYJA is doing an exemplary job and raises various issues on different platforms to address the grievances of young scribes.

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