RMNP award winner Sadia Kamal elected vice president National Press Club Islamabad for second consecutive term

Islamabad: RMNP award winner Dr Ms. Sadia Kamal elected vice president National Press Club Islamabad (NPC) for a second consecutive term. She obtained 959 votes while all other candidates of her panel faced defeat this year.

Dr Sadia Kamal is the first female Seraiki speaking journalist who got this distinction. Earlier she served as news caster in Radio Pakistan and anchor person in Rohi TV channel .She also remained associated with PTV,Institute of educational Technology(IET) of Allama Iqbal Open University,K2 TV channel and NGO PODA.Ms Sadia Kamal played a key role in the implementation of IMS financed media programme of NGO ROZAN Islamabad. Currently she is working with official news agency Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) as anchorperson & reporter.

It is pertinent to mention that Dr Sadia Kamal had received ” RMNP Best Female Journalist Award” in 2019 which was presented to her on the eve of World Press Freedom Day (3rd May,2019).This WPFD seminar was organised  by the Rural Media Network Pakistan(RMNP) in collaboration with UNESCO.

Dr Sadia is a resident of AhmedpurEast where RMNP is based. President Rural Media Network Pakistan (RMNP) Ehsan Ahmed Sehar    congratulated Ms Sadia Kamal on her electoral victory and termed it an honour of the journalists fraternity of South Punjab.He hoped that as elected  vice president National Press Club Islamabad, PHD scholar Sadia Kamal will continue her role  as press freedom advocate and will contribute to the promotion of freedom of expression.

Source: RMNP



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