New Delhi, Jul 31
Taking robust objection to the depiction of the Armed Forces personnel in some internet sequence, the Defence Ministry has written to the Central Board of Film Certification, urging that manufacturing homes could also be suggested to acquire a no objection certificates (NOC) from the Ministry earlier than telecasting any movie, documentary or internet sequence on an Army theme, sources stated.
The Defence Ministry had obtained some complaints elevating robust objections in regards to the portrayal of the Indian Army personnel and the army uniform in an “insulting manner”, they stated.
The sources stated in some internet sequence streamed just lately, the scenes associated to the Army are removed from actuality and current a distorted picture of the armed forces.
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The Defence Ministry has now formally written to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) urging that manufacturing homes could also be suggested to acquire an NOC from it earlier than the telecast of any movie, documentary or internet sequence on Army theme within the public area, the sources stated.
They added that the communication had additionally been despatched to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology for consideration.
“The communication to Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has been done to curtail the incidents which distort the image of defence forces and hurt the sentiments of the defence personnel and veterans,” the officers stated.
According to sources, within the letter to the CBFC, the Ministry stated that it has been dropped at its discover that some manufacturing homes making movies on Army theme are utilizing contents that are distorting the picture of the Indian Army. PTI