Gag on Media over Adverse Reportage on Expert Group Matters
Mangaluru: In a media statement, Narendra L Nayak, chairman of the Expert group of educational institutions, has stated that a junior magistrate first class (JMFC) court from the city has barred the media from airing or publishing any adverse reportage against its chairman, staff or students.
He has said that in the backdrop of PU question leak case, the CID team had not conducted a ‘raid’ but only had ‘visited’ to seek some information. By providing them with the relevant information, the group has fully cooperated with the CID.
He further said that since a certain news channel was consistently airing news about the group over the past days, he had sought a stay on the telecast and the court had granted it.
Nayak reiterated that his education institution had been imparting quality and effective education to students by engaging experienced and competent faculty during the past 29 years. He has also made it clear that in no way his group was involved in the question paper leak.