Bengaluru: Speaker on media coverage of the proceedings of the assembly in Karnataka Vishweshwar Hedge Kageri is barred by. The Speaker had issued an order prohibiting the live telecast of the proceedings of the House on private channels. As per the order, cameras of TV channels will not be allowed to enter the assembly. For the information, let us know that journalists from private channels are allowed to enter the house. However, not all of them are allowed to do any kind of recording inside the House.
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Seeing the controversy escalating, Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa said on Thursday that he would request state assembly speaker Vishveshwar Hegde Kageri to reconsider his decision to ban the media from telecasting the proceedings of the house. The three-day winter session of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly begins on Thursday.
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In a tweet made by the Karnataka CM office, it was written that my government is always committed to the freedom of media. I will make sincere efforts and request Speaker Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri to reconsider his decision to ban the media from telecasting the proceedings of the House. As per the order, only Doordarshan cameras are allowed inside the Legislative Assembly.
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