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पत्रकारों की एक टीम ने मथुरा के पीड़ित पत्रकार सेन से जेल मे मुलाकात की, जायजा लिया

Root News of India 2018-10-11 21:31:44    NATIONAL 6898
पत्रकारों की एक टीम ने मथुरा के पीड़ित पत्रकार सेन से जेल मे मुलाकात की, जायजा लिया
मथुरा, 11 अक्टूबर (आरएनआई)। दिल्ली से आये पत्रकारों की एक टीम ने उत्तर प्रदेश के मथुरा में कथित एक फ़र्ज़ी मामले में जेल भेजे गए पत्रकार सुबीर सेन से आज मथुरा जेल में मुलाकात की और घटना क्रमों का जायजा लिया । बाद में यह टीम पीड़ित पत्रकार के परिजनों से भी मुलाकात की ।

इस टीम में दिल्ली से आये जाने माने वरिष्ठ पत्रकार डॉ. समरेंद्र पाठक , प्रसिद्ध समाज सेवी अरविंद दास , स्थानीय पत्रकार हरिंदर ठाकुर , श्याम सिंह , आबिद अली एवं श्रीमती रेखा शर्मा शामिल थी ।

डॉ.पाठक एवं श्री दास ने बताया की पीड़ित पत्रकार श्री सेन से जेल में मुलाकात की गयी और घटना क्रमों की जानकारी ली गयी । उन्होंने बताया कि इसके बाद पीड़ित पत्रकार के परिजनों से भी उनके आवास पर मुलाकात की गयी हालांकि श्री सेन की धर्म पत्नी श्रीमती डोली सेन टीम के सदस्यों के साथ थी ।

स्थानीयों पत्रकारों श्री ठाकुर एवं श्रीमती शर्मा ने टीम के अन्य सदस्यों को बताया कि श्री सेन को प्रसाशनिक गठजोड़ से फ़र्ज़ी मामले में फसाया गया है ताकि स्वतंत्र पत्रकारिता पर अंकुश लगाया जा सके ।

उलेखनीय है कि मथुरा में पुलिस ने पत्रकार सुबीर सेन को एक फर्जी मामले में गिरफ्तार कर उस समय जेल भेज दिया जब श्री सेन मिलावटी खाद्यान प्रदार्थों से लदी एक टेम्पो को प्रशासनिक अधिकारियों के हवाले करने की कोशिश कर रहे थे ।

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