These things were said in a statement of BFUJ and DUJ on Saturday. It is said that about 99 percent of journalists use motorcycles or public transport to carry out their professional duties. A 50 percent increase in expenditure in this sector will make it difficult and expensive to carry out their professional duties. Journalists do not have the capacity to meet these additional expenses. Its impact on the transportation of newspapers and its raw materials is also inevitable.
The prices of daily necessities are skyrocketing. Journalist society is disoriented like ordinary people due to the cost of living. There has been a recession, instability and a kind of anarchy in the press for a long time. Journalists are constantly being fired. Salaries are irregular. Media organizations are also struggling to keep up with unbridled spending increases. In such a dire situation, the record price increase of fuel oil will put the press and journalists in a big crisis.