Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Keep nation in the forefront-Deepender Hooda

Keep nation in the forefront-Deepender Hooda
19 November, 2008

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Addressing a seminar in continuation of National Press Day week, organized by HUJ at Surkhab Tourist complex Sirsa, Mr. Deepender Hooda MP Rohtak said that raising of regional divisive issues is retrogressive, and the call of the time is to talk about nation. He was commenting on the question raised by Sr Journalist Dr. OP Bansal about the happenings of Maharastra by the courtesy of Raj Thakre alikes.
Mr Deepender Hooda who is B.Tech & MBA has the experience of working with MNCs in India as well as in the USA before he joined active politics.
Mr Hooda said that the alliance of BJP – INLD has already been tasted and tested by people of Haryana and have rejected it in toto in the last elections. Whatever illusions these two parties may have about the success of this alliance, electorate of Haryana cannot be enchanted with their day dreams.
Mr. Bhupender Dharmani national gen. Secretary NUJ apprised of the pending demands of working journalists to the visiting MP. Before that Mr. Baljit Singh state gen secertary HUJ thanked the Haryana Govt and CM Haryana, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda by announcing several welfare plans for journalists very recently in Rohtak on the Press Day. It was apprised to Mr. Deepender Hooda that journalists working with TV Media and Web Media have been still totally ignored in the new media policy, and that they should also be given there due place. The MP gave a keen ear to the demands and assured that he shall forward the issues.
Mr Atma Singh Gill MP Mr Lachman Das Arora minister, Dr OP Bansal, Mr. Dinesh Kaushik, Mr Amit Soni, Mrs. Monika Gupta, also spoke on the occasion.

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Mr Raj K Sirohi one of the ex-colleagues of Mr Hooda was warmly hugged by the MP and recalled their days together at Reliance. DPRO Satish Mehra
Dr Gulab Singh Patron and G.S. Mann Distt President Electronic News Media Association Sirsa respectively were also present at the seminar.
IN ORDER to save the country from disintegration the activities of all the fissiparous elements including the Religious chauvinists and advocating parochialism should be restrained. This was stated by Deepender Singh Hooda MP son of Haryana Chief Minister BS. Hooda, while speaking at a Seminar on the Challenges before the Media in the prevailing context in the country organized by the District Sirsa branch of the Haryana Union of Journalists (HUJ) here today. He said that he also belonged to family of journalists as his grand father during the freedom struggle was also printing and publishing his own tabloid, adding that he was aware of some of the difficulties being faced by them. He announced a sum of Rs. 5 lakhs for the the HUJ, and also agreed to use his good offices in getting some old demands of the Haryana Journalists fulfilled. Others who also spoke on the occasion Haryana Industries Minister LD. Arora, Atma Singh Gill MP(Sirsa), Senior
Journalists Bhupinder Dharmani and Baljeet Singh, the president and General Secretary of HUJ, Haryana State. Among others who were present were Sajay Chhokar, the president of Haryana Youth Congress, District Congress president H.L. Sharma and Pawan Dingwala the president of Sirsa Municipal Council.

Report: GS Mann with inputs from Dr OP Bansal.

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