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International journalists body disappointed over no progress in J Dey murder case

New Delhi , Fri, 17 Jun 2011 ANI

New Delhi, June 17 (ANI): The Indian Journalists Association (IJA) in Europe has expressed disappointment over the lack of progress in J Dey murder case.


The IJA has urged the Maharashtra Government to take immediate measures to probe the murder effectively.


"We call on the Government of Maharashtra to take efficient and expeditious steps to get to the bottom of the matter. If need be, assistance of central authorities should be sought to ensure justice" an IJA statement said.


Fifty six-year-old Midday investigative reporter Dey was shot dead by four unidentified assailants in suburban Powai area of Mumbai on June 11. Probes initiated into Dey's killing have so far been inconclusive.


"India's credibility as a democracy cannot be sustained without complete freedom for bona fide journalistic work" IJA statement further added. (ANI)


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