Nazafreen Saigol Lakhani has made history by becoming the first female president of the All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS), an organization that represents the majority of Pakistan’s print media. She is a well-known journalist and has been associated with the media industry for over two decades. Lakhani’s appointment is a significant milestone for women in the media industry and is being hailed as a step towards gender equality.
Lakhani’s appointment comes at a time when the media in Pakistan is facing numerous challenges, including censorship, harassment, and financial constraints. She has vowed to address these issues and work towards promoting press freedom and ethical journalism in the country. In her role as the president of APNS, Lakhani will be responsible for overseeing the organization’s operations and working towards the betterment of the media industry in Pakistan.
Lakhani’s appointment has been widely welcomed by journalists and media organizations in Pakistan. It is seen as a positive step towards promoting diversity and inclusivity in the media industry, which has traditionally been male-dominated. It is hoped that Lakhani’s leadership will help to promote a culture of professionalism, ethics, and responsibility in the media, and that she will work towards improving the working conditions of journalists in Pakistan. Her appointment is a reminder that women can achieve great things in the media industry, and that their voices and perspectives are valuable and important.