At midnight 11 Oct 2016 some armed people intruded in a local radio named Naseem located in Daikundi and started beating its head and then escaped away.
Last but less than a week, five journalists in different provinces of Afghanistan faced with terrible violations.
After occupying Kunduz province by Taliban in recent days, many journalists took refuge in some safe places and some others still remained stuck in their homes under the threats of Taliban besieged from all sides.
The Afghanistan government has asked the UN to introduce a special envoy for better safety of Afghan journalists and freedom of speech.
Nai supporting open media welcome warmly the process of peace building in Afghanistan.
Nai`s findings after a broad assessment and feedback received from journalists show that many correspondents and reporters, presently abstain from publishing critical issues.
After advocacy made by Nai and other journalists supporting entities regarding violation committed by police and security officers against journalists in Bamian, the president office has issued a proclamation which is not convincing and acceptable due to the following reasons:
About 30 correspondents and civil society’s activists are reportedly arrested in Bamian province.
Numbers of correspondents are beaten by police of Bamian and security forces while wanted to record the story of demonstration against government at the day while Ashraf Ghani entered to Bamian.