July 11, 2017
Published 9 days ago
ISLAMABAD – For airing an indecent dialogue, electronic media regulator PEMRA Tuesday served a show-cause notice to TV One.
The dialogue went on air in the telefilm Dekh Magar Pyaar Say, a PEMRA media release said.
“Airing of such content is in violation of various clauses of PEMRA Ordinance 2002 as amended by PEMRA (Amendment) Act 2007 and Electronic Media Code of Conduct 2015,” the release said.
The channel has until July 18 to respond to the notice. Its CEO is also required to appear for a personal hearing.
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