OT keeping spirit of community journalism alive, support it: Aseem Asha
Johri Farm-based resident and alumnus of Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, Aseem Asha Usman, has backed the OT for its local coverage and crowd funding drive.
“I have been reading the Okhla Times (OT) for many years. It provides a wealth of information and offers an informative, thoughtful, even entertaining way to find out what’s going on in our local community.
“Adding to the feather of the OT, it has been doing a great work with limited resources and meagre support from any external sources keeping the spirit of community journalism alive.
“I urge people to actively support OT so that it can sustain and continue to provide us with the essential news pertaining to the events, social issues and development around us,” said Usman, Founder and Managing Director Aseem Asha Foundation.