FARAH, Oct. 27 – Mufti Umair, Director of Information and Culture of Sar-e-Pul Province, in a meeting with private media officials, freelance journalists and women media, spoke about the role of the media in society late yesterday.
He said that the Islamic Emirate has no problem with women while maintaining the observance of hijab, respect and dignity of women.
He added: “In Islam, the media has an important role to play in enlightening and informing, provided that it publishes honesty, faith and good morals in publishing and preparing reports otherwise it loses the trust of the people, and their role will be nullified.
He added that media publications have a direct impact on the morals of the people, so those who have the role of speaker and reporter, urges to use appropriate sentences, not to propagandize in favor of the enemy, to refrain from vulgar and indecent publications. .
Referring to the verses of the Holy Quran and Hadith, Mr. Sarpoli emphasized the positive role of the media in society, that it should provide high quality and rich programs to the society.
At the same time, media workers and journalists shared their views with the Director of Information and Culture of Sar-e-Pul Province and called for cooperation in information and culture.
Ms. Farideh Farahmand, a media employee, said that she will continue speaking and working in the media while observing the hijab. She asked the Saripol Department of Information and Culture to allow women media workers to work.
Ms. Latifa Soltani, a media employee at Sada-e-Sarpol Radio, said that she should continue to work in the media before and now, observing the hijab and Islamic principles.
Freelance journalist Mohammad Younes Naimi also called on the director of information and culture to take coordination and access to information seriously, as well as to evaluate the publications of journalists and the media in the form of monitoring. Sending reports, news, and media publications to Mr. Naeemi to the Department of Information and Culture is a challenge for both information and culture, and a journalist and media employee cannot easily prepare and publish information.
He added that journalists in the province have lost their livelihoods and the local media is facing economic problems. .