Acharya Mahamandaleshwar Swami Awadheshanand Giri Maharaj of Juna Akhara said that Hindi journalism has a glorious history. Journalists worked dutifully and honestly, facing challenges in every round. Journalists are working under adverse conditions even during the Corona transition. Swami Awadheshanand was addressing the online seminar organized by Giri Maharaj Press Club on the occasion of Hindi Journalism Day as the chief guest. He said that today's era has gone beyond print media to electronic media and beyond. Discipline on social media is slightly less visible in this round of competition. He spoke of maintaining diversity, factuality and credibility to the news.
Special guest Urban Development Minister Madan Kaushik said that journalism has always played its role for awareness. Whatever our times, our journalists have always performed their duties well. The result of the reputation of credibility is that the readership of Hindi journalism is in crores. Dr. Shivshankar Jaiswal, former president of Press Club and Prof. PS Chauhan said that the new generation will take inspiration from this glorious history. Senior journalists Kaushal Sikhoula and Dr. Sushil Upadhyay also challenged the challenges of journalism and taking lessons from them in the current era.
Acharya Yessi, a close confidant of the Tibetan exile government's vice-chancellor, the Dalai Lama, also sent out his message, highlighting the importance of journalism. In the seminar, Adesh Tyagi, Brijendra Harsh, Akshit Raman, Deepak Nautiyal, Balkrishna Shastri, Rameshwar Dayal Sharma, Trilokchand Bhatt, Amit Sharma , Sanjay Arya, Sunil Dutt Pandey, Praveen Jha, Dharmendra Chaudhary, Mudit Aggarwal, Rahul Verma, Rupesh Walia, Vikas Chauhan, Ashwini Arora, Rajkumar, Devendra Sharma, Manoj Rawat, Sudesh Arya, Naresh Dewan Style, Shiva Aggarwal, Mehtab Alam etc. Be present The operation was conducted by Press Club general secretary Mahesh Pareek.