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At the demonstration against attacks on journalists, @MunizaeJahangir, mincing no words – says Article 19 is used to silence citizens & journalists talking about Army & Judiciary instead of protecting them; warning that we won’t be silenced.

Addressing the protest against attack on @AsadAToor in Islamabad, @asmashirazi says journalists will start naming the ‘known unknown’ if the cycle of violence against media persons continues youtu.be/aMR0zKDp24g

Every citizen has the right to raise his voice according to the law, listen to Naseem Zahra’s analysis

About SAWM Team

South Asian Women in Media (SAWM) is a network of women media professionals in South Asia. SAWM works for freedom of press, increased participation of women in the media, a gender-sensitive work environment and a gender-equal outlook in the media. Launched in April 2008, SAWM’s central secretariat is in Lahore, Pakistan and the association has country chapters in eight members of SAARC. SAWM helps women working in media to network across borders, and with international rights organizations, to assert their rights and defend their interests.