DB grants two weeks time to file response
JAMMU: In a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by one Paras Gupta regarding the various indecent, vulgar, inappropriate, untrue etc. advertisements and programmes which are running on various TV channels and which are not in uniformity with the prescribed Advertising Code and the Programme Code as envisaged under the Cable television network (regulation) Act, 1995 and the rules framed there under.
On Tuesday, when this PIL came-up for hearing, Division Bench of State High Court comprising Justice Virender Singh and Justice Tashi Rabstan after hearing Advocate Veenu Gupta for the PIL whereas K.K Pangotra ASGI for the Union of India and Senior AAG Gagan Basotra for the State, observed that counsel for the respondent seeks time to file reply in the already direction given by this Division Bench in which a direction has been issued by the Court for disclosing as regard the steps which the State Govt seeks to take for regulating objectionable television content on the analogy of the provisions of the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986 and the Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Act, 1954 in the State of Jammu and Kashmir and what steps, the state seeks to take for regulating the broadcasting of television advertisements and television programs, which are not in conformity with the various provisions of the Television Network Act of 1995 and the Cable Television Network Rules 1994, applicable in State of J&K, allowed and directed them to file response within two weeks. JNF
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