National Herald to be re-launched

Mr. Vora is one of the seven persons summoned by a Delhi Court in the National Herald case Said Resolutions passed were not in any way connected to the National Herald case Even as the Congress top leadership is embroiled in a major controversy over it, the defunct newspaper National Herald would be re-launched. its publishers AJL said on Thursday. Its sister newspapers, the Quami Awaz (Urdu) and Navjeevan (Hindi), would also be revived, the shareholders of its publishers Associated Journals Limited, decided in a meeting in Lucknow. The general secretary of the AJL Employees' Union, Dilip Sinha, had given a call for disrupting the meeting as their demand of compensating the staff of the Lucknow unit at par with the New Delhi office. Former employees of the AJL have been on a relay hunger strike demanding compensation Telecom engineer Sam Pitroda and senior Congress leaders Gulam Nabi Azad, Sheila Dixit, Jitin Prasada and Oscar Fernandez were present. AJL would also be converted into a non-profit entity, a Section-8 company, announced Motilal Vora, Congress treasurer and Managing Director of AJL, after an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) of shareholders

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