Australian Nepalese Community journalists are not happy with NRNA Australia after misbehaving incident happened during Sydney Nepal Festival last Saturday. During the event at Burwood Park, security personnel allegedly misbehaved with two community journalists, Hemanta Kafle and Chiranjivi Devkota, what the Australian Nepalese Journalist Association (ANJA) said in its press statement. They were there to report the event.
As community media, Nepalese vernacular websites often run live commentary through social media handles, and few are very popular. As per the statement released by its general secretary Narayan Khadka, security personnel disallowed those two journalists from taking stage photos and assessing the designated press corner.
Besides this, ANJA also condemned the act of devaluing community media roles to make the Nepal Festival successful in Brisbane.
NepaliPage is also not happy with the unfair treatment
NepaliPage.com leading Australian Nepalese Community Media, is also not happy with NRNA’s unequal treatment among community media. In a Facebook status, Madan Adhikary, publisher and editor of the website said they did not allow NRNA Australia to promote the event on their socials and through news holes as the organization did not approach the media properly. ‘We did not publish the supplied contents as they were low quality, Adhikary says in the status. NepaliPage claims they have a 200k plus member base through different social media handle and about 65k plus Nepalese living in Australia.
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