Democracy is in jeopardy due to media deviating from its goals and ideals: Ravi Rath

Cuttack, Prabaha news : Ravi Rath, President of Small and Medium Newspaper Mahasangha and editor of Naveen, attended the Odisha Editor’s Ward-2024 on behalf of the National Journalist Association at the local Centennial Bhawan. stuck According to a survey, India is in 160th place in the democratic system of 180 countries in the world. How many neighboring countries are there? Stay well. Mr. Rath said that the real problems of the people could not be revealed due to the fact that the big newspapers and electronic media were under the control of the state and central governments. He said that the democratic system has collapsed.
Praktan High Court Judge Ratikanta Mohapatra was the chief guest in the program presided over by Satya Roy, former editor of the society. The editor of the message is Alek Chandra Tripathi, a distinguished educationist. Narasingha Nanda Mahapatra, editor of Pitedin Manoj Kumar Mahapatra, paper editor Shradhanjali Ray joined the run. He spoke about the role of language and media. On this occasion, Kailas Chandra Jena, Editor of Daily Surface, Swadesh Chandra Dash, Editor of Land Barta, Ramakant Parija, Editor of Matihar, Manoj Behera, Editor of Odisha Watch, editors of newspapers published from different regions were honoured. Ravindra Kumar coordinated the Mahapatra programme. Institute Editor Prasanna Kumar Das read out the editorial while Dilip Kumar Biswal gave vote of thanks. At the end, a cultural program was performed by dance artists. Around 50 editors from Odisha participated.

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