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Call to revoke ban on India�s Daughter

By The Assam Tribune

HYDERABAD, March 7 � The Indian Journalists Union (IJU) today demanded that the Central Government immediately revoke the ban imposed on the documentary film India�s Daughter based on gang-rape of Nirbhaya in Delhi in 2012, saying it amounted to severe restriction on the freedom of expression guaranteed under the Constitution, reports PTI.

IJU president S N Sinha, secretary-general Devulapalli Amar and Press Council of India member K Amarnath rejected the argument that the film glorified one of the convicts in the case.

A New Delhi report adds: The Broadcast Editors� Association, a body of journalists of TV news channels, today urged the government to allow airing of India�s Daughter, arguing restrictions on freedom of expression should only be as per norms specified in the Constitution.

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Call to revoke ban on India�s Daughter

HYDERABAD, March 7 � The Indian Journalists Union (IJU) today demanded that the Central Government immediately revoke the ban imposed on the documentary film India�s Daughter based on gang-rape of Nirbhaya in Delhi in 2012, saying it amounted to severe restriction on the freedom of expression guaranteed under the Constitution, reports PTI.

IJU president S N Sinha, secretary-general Devulapalli Amar and Press Council of India member K Amarnath rejected the argument that the film glorified one of the convicts in the case.

A New Delhi report adds: The Broadcast Editors� Association, a body of journalists of TV news channels, today urged the government to allow airing of India�s Daughter, arguing restrictions on freedom of expression should only be as per norms specified in the Constitution.

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