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PakistanIHC lifts ban on TV drama ‘Hadsa’ | Topurdu

IHC lifts ban on TV drama ‘Hadsa’ | Topurdu

ISLAMABAD – The Islamabad Excessive Courtroom overturned the suspension of the published of the controversial TV drama “Hadsa”, which is believed to be based mostly on the motorway rape case, that despatched shockwave throughout the nation.

Practically three weeks after the suspension imposed by the Pakistan Digital Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) on the TV present “Hadsa”, the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom suspended the ban however conditionally allowed to air the present, and the decision triggered completely different sorts of reactions.

On Monday, IHC heard the plea filed by counsel for the TV channel who said that Pemra banned the published over a grievance, with out giving any likelihood to make clear or to reply. Pemra’s lawyer justified the ban, saying the serial was carefully based mostly on the Lahore-Sialkot Motorway gang rape incident.

The media regulatory authority’s lawyer known as the TV present’s plot ‘extremely inappropriate and disturbing and portrayed a unfavorable picture of Pakistani residents’.

After the conclusion of the arguments, the IHC decide overturned the ban and sought an enterprise from the producers to not air the alleged controversial scene.

Hadsa makers delighted after IHC ruling

Director and actor Wajahat Rauf expressed gratitude for the court docket’s ruling, saying the IHC allowed our fictional character Taskeen to inform her inspirational story of getting justice for herself and all different survivors like her.

Delving into particulars, Rauf stated the story of the main character is extra of a survivor as a substitute of a sufferer with a resolute battle for justice.

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