Pakistan Supreme Court bans Indian content on TV channels

The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Saturday has obligatory a ban on all Indian content on their TV channels. Browse to understand the explanation for this call.No Indian content is going to be aired any longer on Pakistan’s TV channels. As rumored by Agence France-Presse, the Supreme Court of Pakistan has prohibited Indian content on Pakistani TV channels. On Saturday (October 27), the decision was given by Justice Saqib Nisar in Karachi throughout the hearing of a case filed by producers’ associations. The explanation for this ban is that the clashes between India and Pakistan over the development of Diamer-Bhasha dam in Pakistan’s side that is found during a terrorist being controversial by Delhi, reports Pakistan’s newspaper, Dawn.

One of the official’s of Pakistan Media administrative unit (PEMRA) knowing that justice Nisar gave orders to not air any Indian content on TV channels. Pakistan Cable Operators Association’s Chairman Khalid Arain aforementioned, “Ban on the all the Indian content isn’t the answer, rather we should always try and higher the standard of Pakistani TV shows.”

After the Uri Attack in 2016, Pakistani shows were prohibited from Indian tv. In fact, the ban was additionally obligatory on Pakistani artists operating in Indian films, like Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan, Ali Zafar, and others. The ban on Pakistani artists junction rectifier to a large impact on Karan Johar’s film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil that was regular to unleash throughout that point because it marked Fawad Khan within the lead role. Singers like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Atif Aslam were additionally prohibited from singing for Hindi songs. Similarly, within the same year, Pakistan had prohibited Indian shows and screening of Indian films in theatres.