Don’t follow Indian media: Pak advisory

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan issued an advisory to its media persons, asking them “not to follow the Indian media that is driven by crass commercialisation” while covering news events.

“In the wake of Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi incidents, media is expected to cover the events with utmost professional responsibility…”

“Pakistan media needs to follow the example of professional handling of Brussels attacks by international media rather than following in the footsteps of Indian media that is driven by crass commercialisation,” Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) said in an advisory.

The advisory was scoffed at by Indian journalists, some of whom described it as “ironical”.

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