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Media persons in Mumbai on Saturday 11 June took out a procession to condemn the brutal killing of senior journalist Jyotirmoy Dey and demanded that the CBI probe into the incident.

The journalists, belonging to both print and electronic media organizations and associations, gathered at Patrakar Sangh in south Mumbai and marched towards Mantralaya.

While assuring the agitating scribes at Mantralaya, Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said “The state government is sensitive to feelings of journalists and is doing whatever it can to bring the assailants to Justice ,” and adding he was personally monitoring the investigations.

Senior journalist Jyotendra Dey was shot dead in suburban Powai on Saturday by unidentified assailants.

The newsmen, while demanding a CBI enquiry into the killing, also sought the resignation of Home Minister R.R. Patil and Mumbai police commissioner Arup Patnaik.

Organizations, including the Press Club, Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh, Mantralaya Ani Vidhimandal Vartahar Sangh, Mumbai Crime Reporters’ Association and TV Journalists’ Association, participated in the protest in Mumbai and Newspapers Association of India attended demonstrations in New Delhi which consisted of a candlelight march and vigil held at New Delhi India gate.

News Papers Association of India New Delhi submitted a letter of protest to the home ministry seeking security for media journalists across India.
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