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Centre revokes ban on FTV India channel

The Centre has revoked the prohibition imposed on transmission and re-transmission of FTV.com India channel on all platforms with effect from today.


New Delhi, May 25 : The Centre has revoked the prohibition imposed on transmission and re-transmission of FTV.com India channel on all platforms with effect from today.

Otherwise, the 60-day ban was to continue till May 30.

The revocation is subject to the condition that the suspended period of prohibition of sixty days shall be added to the penalty in case of any future violation of the Cable Act/Rules.

FTV.com India Channel have regretted their error and assured that such error will not be repeated in future.

FTV has assured that they have a strict vigilance committee to review the programme content telecast on FTV India to avoid violation of programme code of Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995.

The channel has also assured that any programme considered inappropriate by the Ministry will be immediately removed.

Earlier, the Government had imposed a prohibition of two months on transmission of FTV.com India for telecasting programmes such as 'Midnight Hot' were against good taste, decency and were likely to have adversely affected public morality with effect from April 1 this year.

ANI

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