MIB asks TV channels to desist from promoting superstition
The ministry has advised TV channels to abide by the Rule 6(1)(j) of programme code and Rule 7(5) of Advertising Code of the Cable Television Networks Rules, 1994
Rule 6(1)(j) of the Programme Code states that "No programme can be transmitted/ re-transmitted through Cable Service which encourages superstition or blind belief."
Further, Rule 7(5) states that "No advertisement shall contain references which are likely to lead the public to infer that the product advertised or any of its ingredients has some special or miraculous or super-natural property or quality, which is difficult of being proved."
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