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The Department of Atomic Energy on Monday said the two foreign journalists who had visited the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre last month, had all the necessary approvals.

mumbai Updated: Apr 13, 2010 01:31 IST

The Department of Atomic Energy on Monday said the two foreign journalists who had visited the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre last month, had all the necessary approvals.

The Ministry of Home Affairs had asked BARC Director Srikumar Banerjee to explain how the two journalists were allowed to photograph the high-security facility during the visit. “Formal permission for the visit and photography/videography of a few facilities by the journalists was granted by the Department of Atomic Energy almost a year ago in July 2009,” read the press statement. “It is inappropriate to state that the journalists were without permission.”

On March 3 and 4, two journalists from NHK, the sole public broadcaster of Japan, were permitted to take photographs of two research reactors. The statement said a senior scientific officer and security officer escorted the team as per protocol and no rules were overlooked.