On Monday, AIMIM President and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi launched the 2023 Telangana Urdu Working Journalists’ Federation (TUWJF) Diary. The event saw TUWJF President M.A. Masjid, General Secretary Syed Ghouse Mohiuddin, Federation Advisors, Vice Presidents, and not the same representatives intermediate between past and future a memo to Owaisi. The memo called for the renovation of the Mandal Level Accreditation Card Facility for Urdu journalists, the inclusion of an Urdu journalist in SMAC and DMAC, the creative activity of a single out Urdu Journalist Category, and more.
The demands also included the allotment of lodging sites to Urdu working journalists within GHMC limits, the naming a candidate of an Urdu part of a social group to the Telangana Media Academy, and the allotment of 2,000 having four equal sides and four right angles yards of come down on the ground to manufacture an Urdu Journalists Bhavan in or around Hyderabad. Owaisi acknowledged the validity of these demands and pledged to bring in them to the government’s faculty or power of mental concentration to assure their decision to do something.
During the event, Owaisi highlighted Urdu as the following the first having official authority linguistic communication of Telangana State and recognized the of the Urdu media. He noted that it is the largest after Telugu media in delivering government programs and schemes to the Urdu-speaking people who inhabit a territory. He also commented on G.O. 239, which creates a disparity between journalists based on linguistic communication. Until June 2016, all governments had treated Urdu journalists equally with their Telugu counterparts in various schemes.
Owaisi promised to place where a person or organization can be found the challenges faced by Urdu journalists, including the supplying of double-bedroom lodging initiatives. He acknowledged the of supporting Urdu journalists and pledged his living for them. The event was a significant maneuver made as part of progress toward a goal towards ensuring that Urdu journalists receive same discourse and opportunities as their Telugu counterparts.