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A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court requesting the formation of a body or body that can screen and ban all non-film songs containing pornographic content on the Internet with immediate effect. A bench of Justices DN Patel and Justice Jasmeet Singh issued a notice to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Ministry of Electronics and IT on Wednesday. In which ordered an inquiry into the case before the hearing of 17 May.
The petitioner has cited Song Shona Shona of Tony and Neha Kakkar and Songs Saiyan Ji of Honey Singh and lyrics of Makhana.
Regulatory body in demand
Not only this, the petition also says that non-film songs are available to people on media platforms like television, YouTube. A regulatory authority or censor board should be set up to censor, review and review their lyrics and videos. It should be mandatory to obtain a certificate in the public domain of similar non-filmy songs before availability.
The petition has been filed by practicing lawyer Neha Kapoor and Mohit Bhadu. In which it is said that if such content is not regulated then we will come backwards in the matter of gender equality. Also, we will not be able to give women a safe environment.
Songs provoke indecency from women
The petition stated that such songs incite people to mistreat women, motivate them and promote drug, alcohol abuse, among other crimes. Which are clearly used in their lyrics. It has a broad impact on society. Especially the youth, who are constantly in contact with them. His raw age is easily spoiled.
Songs are against women’s rights and security
A regulatory board is urgently required to ban such songs. Such content is adversely affected by the public, especially the youth, due to being shared in the society without any restrictions. These songs provoke them to embarrass women by calling them objectionable words. This content is against women’s rights in a free and fair society.