Netflix directed to stop streaming after NCPCR raises objections — here’s why
The apex little one rights physique NCPCR has requested Netflix to stop streaming ‘Bombay Begums’ citing inappropriate portrayal of kids within the net sequence.
In a discover to Netflix on Thursday, the Nationwide Fee for Safety of Little one Rights (NCPCR) has requested the OTT platform to furnish an in depth motion report inside 24 hours, failing which it mentioned it will likely be constrained to provoke applicable authorized motion. Objecting to the alleged inappropriate portrayal of kids within the sequence, the fee mentioned any such content material won’t solely pollute the younger minds however might also lead to abuse and exploitation of kids.
The fee took motion primarily based on a grievance which alleged that the sequence normalises minors indulging in informal intercourse and drug abuse. “Netflix ought to take further precaution whereas streaming any content material in respect of the kids or for the kids and shall additionally chorus themselves from entering into such issues,” the fee mentioned in its discover. “Due to this fact, you might be directed to look into this matter and instantly stop streaming of this sequence and furnish an in depth motion report inside 24 hours, failing which the Fee will likely be constrained to provoke applicable motion pursuant to the provisions of Part 14 of the CPCR (Fee for Safety of Little one Rights) Act, 2005,” the fee mentioned.
‘Bombay Begums’ delves into the lives of 5 girls from completely different sections of society who all need various things in life.
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