Speaker Gupta to launch MWB association’s portal.

Chandigarh, April 18 ( P2P) :

portal of Media Well Being Association will be launched by Speaker Gyanchand Gupta on April 25- Chandra Shekhar Dharani A canal plot in Panchkula should be made available at cheap rates for the construction of headquarters – Surendra Mehta 10-10 lakh term insurance to journalists Gyan Chand Gupta will provide Chandigarh.

The organization Media Well Being Association (Registered) is struggling for the interest of journalists. The organization is providing term insurance of Rs 10 lakh each to journalists and is also trying to solve their other problems. The organization has created its MWB portal. It will be launched by Haryana Vidhansabha Speaker Gyan Chand Gupta, the chief guest, by organizing a program at Red Bishop, Panchkula on 25th April. During this, the program will be presided over by Chandra Trikha, editor and senior journalist of Yug Marg newspaper. Apart from this, the special guest of the program will be Mahavir Jain, editor of Arth Prakash. The chief speaker of the program will be senior journalist Gyanendra Bhartaria. State President of Media Well Being Association, Chandrashekhar Dharani said that during the launching program, three senior journalists of Haryana who have been in journalism for more than 60 years, especially will be awarded. This time journalists Indrasen Sehgal (Yamunanagar), Devendra Uppal (Hisar) and Ambareesh (Panipat) will be honored. Dharani told that a seminar on digital journalism will also be organized during the programme. Dharani told that the Media Well Being Association is getting the journalists in Haryana Rs. 10 lakh term insurance on behalf of the organization without taking a single penny from any journalist. Certificates of insurance have been provided.Earlier, 101 journalists were given accident insurance certificates of Rs.10 lakh each by Haryana Home and Health Minister Anil Vij in a program organized at Kingfisher in Ambala. Financial assistance of Rs 1 lakh has also been given to many other journalists from time to time when a journalist was unwell. The organization’s general secretary Surendra Mehta said that on this occasion, the organization will demand from the government and CM Manoharlal through the speaker Mr. Gyanchand Gupta to make the Media Wellbeing Association (Registered) a Kanal plot headquarters in Panchkula and on the lines of Press Club Chandigarh. To keep the system, it should be provided at cheap rates. Surendra Mehta told that the Media Wellbeing Association is grateful to Haryana CM Manohar Lal who has started pension scheme and many welfare schemes for journalists in Haryana and has also announced an increase in them on the demand of the organization. We are also thankful to Dr. Amit Agarwal, DGIPR, Haryana, who has done many things for the welfare of the media. Surendra Mehta said that the pension system is available to the journalists after 60 years. By changing this rule, the pension age should be fixed at 58 years. Residential facilities should be made available for journalists at cheap rates. The three pillars of democracy are toll free. Toll free facility should also be made available to the fourth pillar media. Free medical facility should be provided for the media in entire Haryana. The system of granting recognition to the rules framed by the Haryana government for digital media should be simplified. And amendments should be made on the lines of the neighboring state of Punjab and other states. Even if the headquarter of any web media is outside Haryana, they should also be given recognition. Haryana Press Recognition Committee and Press Relation Committee should be reconstituted and two members of Media Wellbeing Association should be included in it.