Court notice to UTV reality show 'Emotional Atyachaar'

New Delhi, Feb 23 (IANS) The Delhi High Court Wednesday issued notice to the ministries of information and broadcasting and home affairs, chairman of UTV and team of the reality show "Emotional Atyachaar" following a plea seeking a ban on the show due to its "vulgar" content.

A division bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Sanjeev Khanna asked all the concerned parties to reply within four weeks on the plea filed by NGO Indraprastha People.

"All the respondents should file their reply by April 7," the bench said.

The court was hearing the petition seeking cancellation of channel licence and to ban the programme "Emotional Atyachaar" for the programme content which is "vulgar, sends a wrong message to the society, is harming the people at large and mentally disturbs people".

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