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Sep 05, 2019
7:41AM

Centre dismisses media report on foreign journalists working in Assam

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Centre has dismissed media report which claimed that all foreign journalists working in Assam have been asked to leave the state. In a series of tweets, Home Ministry spokesperson clarified that any foreign journalist, whether already based in India or not, can visit Assam after taking permission of External Affairs Ministry.

The spokesperson further clarified that no Protected Area Permit or Restricted Area Permit is needed by a foreign journalist as there are no such areas in Assam. The Home Ministry termed the report as misleading and incorrect, saying that the responsibility of publication of such information lie entirely with the concerned media house. 

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