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Journalist Fraternity Reacts to Accusations

Allegation of demanding money from the female reporter for reporting the news of KP Chief Minister Mashal Yousafzai in Peshawar, the Khyber Union of Journalists (KhUJ) and Peshawar Press Club (PPC) denounce Adviser Mashaal Yousafzai’s accusations against Geo News reporter Nadia Saboohi.

Journalist Fraternity Reacts to Accusations

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister’s adviser, Mashal Yousafzai, accuses female journalist Nadia Sabohi of soliciting money. Responding to Yousafzai’s allegations, the journalist fraternity imposes entry restrictions on Peshawar Press Club.

At a joint meeting, KhUJ President Nasir Hussain and PPC President Arshad Aziz Malik condemn Yousafzai’s attempt to strain government-journalist relations with baseless claims.

Naseer Hussain and Arshad Aziz Malik condemn Yousafzai’s baseless accusations, threatening boycotts and protests. Cybercrime case considered against Yousafzai.

They demanded that Yousafzai retract her statement, delete the tweet, and offer an apology. Yousafzai is banned from PPC, and coverage of her is boycotted.

Journalist Nadia Sabohi reports on expensive car purchase summary. Yousafzai accuses Sabohi of seeking money, sparking backlash.

The reporter’s story involved a summary of new vehicles for the social welfare adviser and secretary. Yousafzai confirmed the report but claimed it wasn’t forwarded to the chief minister.

Yousafzai deletes social media post amid journalist fraternity reaction. The joint meeting demands an apology and retraction from Yousafzai.

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Nadia Saboohi included Yousafzai’s version in her story. However, Yousafzai accused Saboohi of seeking money and launched a social media campaign against her.

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