Afghan Journalists in Kabul say they are facing no difficulties in discharge of their professional duties ever since the takeover of Taliban in Afghanistan.
In an exclusive talk with Radio Pakistan Correspondent Bilal Ahmed Mehsud in Kabul on Monday, Aryana Television Network Newscaster Zmaryalai Abasin said there is no pressure on us and services are being provided to the masses.
The newscaster said the media in Afghanistan is working with maturity.
He said the last one year of Dr Ashraf Ghani's government was very tough and dangerous for the media as they were receiving direct threats.
CEO of Aryana Television Network Sharif Hassaryar said he has not witnessed any change in their working after the Taliban takeover and the things are moving on in routine. He said female staff also works at the television channel.
Copy Editor Hikmatullah Noori voiced his concerns over no media related laws in the country.