Kashmir Reader Bureau Chief awarded by Transparency International

Srinagar: Transparency International India on Tuesday awarded Kashmir Reader Bureau Chief Moazum Mohammad for his work on public issues, especially RTI, corruption and stories about the victims of unexploded explosive shells at the erstwhile Tosamaidan firing range.
The award was given away by Justice (Retd) Bashir Ahmad Kirmani at the IMPA in presence of Transparency International India executive director Rama Nath Jha and Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative coordinator Venkatesh Nayak.
Besides these issues, Moazum did a slew of exclusive stories for Kashmir Reader on issues ranging from Sainik Colonies to government employees working part time in state-run media organizations.
Moazum has also reported on media issues for media watchdog Hoot and other reputed news organizations like Caravan magazine.

One Response to "Kashmir Reader Bureau Chief awarded by Transparency International"

  1. Ishaq   March 1, 2017 at 2:57 pm

    well deserved.