August 09, 2016
ISLAMABAD – Ayaz Sadiq, Speaker National Assembly (pictured) is seeking action against owners of television channels, their anchors and analysts who hurl allegations and use indecent language against members of the Parliament.
In a complaint sent to Absar Alam, Chairman of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA), Sadiq said that labeling the MPs as traitors by those appearing on television was not only a violation of the Constitution of Pakistan but also an insult to the Parliament.
He said that neither any anchor nor any analyst had any right to make such accusations.
Sadiq said in his complaint that action be taken against the owners of television channels, analysts and anchors under PEMRA laws and the Parliament be informed about it.
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