December 06, 2022

Unlicensed presses to be cracked down in Baghlan

Unlicensed presses to be cracked down in Baghlan

BAGHLAN, Nov. 12 – The director of information and culture of Baghlan province in meeting with the heads of private presses and printing houses highlighted that all the unauthorized private presses and printing houses which been not licensed yet and are currently operating in the capital the Baghlan province need to obtain licenses and legalize its operations as soon as possible.

During the meeting, Maulana Asadullah Mustafa Hashimi, director of information and culture in Baghlan, said that a number of private presses and printing houses in the province are currently operating without a license, which has given way to Lawlessness, forgery and fake activities. They had better get their license by the deadline or they would be legally barred from operating.

Hashimi added having the presses and printing houses licensed not only would increase government revenue but curb the activities less educated,  less qualified and incompetent people.

Those running printing houses welcomed the move by the Information and Culture Department, adding that the previous government had paid no heed to issuing licenses to printing houses or presses, so they had not been able to operate for years.

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