Punjab Bans Songs Based On Guns & Violence Only Days After Banning Movie Based On A Gangster

Making a solid move on tunes that promote brutality, weapon, and medication use, the Punjab government, has asked transport authorities to execute a prohibition on tunes and video promoting medications, arms, cruelty, and cursing in all transports – private and public.

The Direction to implement was given last, but the Congress government has given a new round of circular in this matter.

The mandate comes only days after the state requested a prohibition on the motion picture ‘Shooter,’ which depends on the life and sins of infamous criminal Sukha Kahlwan and ‘promotes savagery, intolerable crimes, blackmail, dangers, and criminal threatening.’

An official representative told IANS on Sunday that the Chief Minister has clarified that his administration won’t permit any motion pictures, melodies, and so forth., that looks to promote crime, brutality and gangsterism or wrongdoing in the state.

Punjab Bans Songs Based On Guns & Violence Only Days After Banning Movie Based On A Gangster
Punjab Bans Songs Based On Guns & Violence Only Days After Banning Movie Based On A Gangster

The Chief Minister had instructed the police to guarantee that nothing is permitted to upset Punjab’s tranquility and collective harmony, said an administration spokesperson.

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has just coordinated the DGPs of Punjab, Haryana and Union Territory of Chandigarh to guarantee that no melodies are played praising the alcohol, medications, and brutality in any song even in the live shows.

The Court additionally ordered that District Magistrates and SSPs of each area would be responsible for the strict implementation of there areas.

Violators will be tested under Section 190(2) of the Motor Vehicles Act.

Up until now, authorities have given challans to upwards of 212 vehicles discovered abusing the guidelines.

Conductors and Drivers have been explained about how such melodies contaminate the personalities of youngsters.

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