International Dalit Media Day to be commemorated every year on January 31
Hyderabad: The International Dalit Journalist Network on Tuesday determined to commemorate International Dalit Media Day on January 31 every year starting from this year.
On this celebration, the IDJN chairperson Mallepalli Laxmaiah as well as IDJN Secretary Rem Bahadur B K arranged International Media Day Celebrations on January 31.
It is found out that Dr BR Ambedkar developed his very first paper “Mooknayak” on January 31 in 1920.
Commemorating the celebration, the IDJN determined to commemorate International Dalit Media Day on January 31 from 2023.
While, prominent audio speakers from Nepal, Canada, Bangladesh, Pakistan as well as the United States took part in the program basically, Dalit reporters from throughout the areas in the State likewise participated.
In his inaugural statements, Additional Chief Secretary of Haryana Dr Raja Sekhar Vundru observed that the IDJN might highlight favorable social modification.
He desired elderly reporters to develop a training educational program for young Dalit reporters as well as aid them in managing technological as well as creating abilities of modern reporters.
Senior Journalist K Ramachandra Murthy discussed the function as well as power of media insociety He remembered the initiatives of elderly reporter Mallepalli Laxmaiah in attaining SCSP being a reporter. He discussed exactly how one write-up created by Mallepalli Laxmaiah in 2001 resulted in SCSP TSP regulation in unified Andhra Pradesh in 2013.
Telangana State Media Academy Chairman Allam Narayana stated media was an effective device to generate social modification. He emphasized the significance of Dalit depiction popular media in addition to in electronic media. He guaranteed them of all assistance for carrying out training programs for Dalit reporters as well as updating their abilities.