Taking exception to tv protection of the Ukraine-Russia battle and the Delhi riots, the federal government immediately issued a robust advisory to information channels asking them to abide by the programme code laid down by the related legal guidelines.
The federal government cited particular cases of “hyperbolic” statements by information anchors and “scandalous headlines/taglines” whereas reporting on the Ukraine-Russia battle and disrupting the investigation course of into the “incidents” in north-west Delhi by airing “unverified CCTV footages”.
It additionally mentioned that sure debates on tv channels on the incidents in north-west Delhi had “unparliamentary, provocative and socially unacceptable language”.
Final week, clashes broke out between two communities in northwest Delhi’s Jahangirpuri throughout a Hanuman Jayanti procession.
“Having regard to the above, the federal government expresses critical concern concerning the method during which the tv channels have gone about their operations within the method of transmitting content material,” learn the advisory issued by the Data and Broadcasting Ministry.
It “strongly suggested” the tv channels to “instantly chorus from publishing and transmitting any content material which is violative of the aforementioned provisions of the Cable Tv Networks (Regulation) Act 1995 and the foundations thereunder.”
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