ISLAMABAD (APP) - Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists has strongly condemned bullet injuries cause to the young reporter and cameraman of private TV channel, in Karachi on Sunday, while covering a firing incident. Secretary General Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) Mazhar Abbas in a statement issued here also appealed to the media organizations to arrange safety training courses for their staff working in conflict zones. Private TV channel cameraman Farhan Somroo, who sustained two bullets wounds in his stomach and his condition is stated critical while reporter Osma Chaudhry is out of danger. Both went to cover the entry test of students at Swedish Technical College, and became victim during the firing of two rival student factions. The PFUJ Secretary General said, "Karachi is one of the conflict areas and media organizations know that. Its very important that journalists working there must be fully trained to cover violence." Quoting last year's incident, the Secretary General PFUJ said one cameraman Arif Khan lost his life in the city while covering the rally of former premier Benazir Bhutto. He said its very unfortunate that most of the media organizations, print as well as electronic, are not addressing these issues seriously which have resulted in the killing and injuries of journalists, it said. "Don't ask reporters and cameramen to cover violence if they are not trained, failing while media organizations will be equally responsible for any death or injury," he said. He said the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists  also called media groups to provide complete insurance cover to journalists and provide them safety jackets and helmets. The PFUJ also asked reporters and cameramen to take extra care while covering such events. He said thePakistan Federal Union of Journalists  (PFUJ) in the last one year had organised several workshops for safety training and more are in the pipeline. "We are taking all possible steps in our limited resources with the cooperation of international journalists organizations like International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), but need cooperation from media groups," he said. Pakistan's tribal areas as well as major cities are facing serious conflicts and it is very important for journalists covering these events that they must have undergone safety training courses. The Secretary General Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) said, "Media may face serious challenges in the coming months and years in shape of threats and attacks, both from government and non-state actors and we must prepare ourselves for the worst and remain united to defend our freedom".