Pakistani police warns hotel owners against showing Indian filmsDecember 21st, 2008 - 1:03 pm ICT by ANI
Islamabad, December 21 (ANI): Police in Mansehra District in the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan have warned hotel and restaurant owners against showing Indian films to their guests.
If the practice of showing banned channels is not stopped, you will not only be fined but dish antennas, CD players and television sets would also be confiscated, the News quoted Khursheed Tanoli, the Station House Officer of Balakot police station, as warning hotel and restaurant owners during a meeting on Saturday.
The move follows peoples complaints that Indian movies and vulgar channels were being shown at various hotels and restaurants, says the newspaper.
According to the SHO, many people have complained against hotel and restaurant owners showing vulgar Indian films, which is not only unethical but against the law of the country. (ANI)
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