Minorities Commission issues notice to Telugu TV channel for linking Abdul Qadeer to ISIS

Vishwas News

Hyderabad: Chairman of Minorities Commission Mr. Abid Rasool Khan issued a notice to a Telugu news channel for associating the news of release of Abdul Qadeer on parole to ISIS. Sakshi TV news channel had telecast this news item.
He told that a attempt is being made to tarnish the image of Muslim which is not bearable. The Commission has issued notice. If the TV channel does not offer apology or if its response is not appropriate, Minorities Commission will file a criminal case against its Managing Director.
While telecasting this news, TV channel had reported that a prisoner involved in ISIS is being released on parole for a month. This is a concocted story. Through this news item, message has been communicated to the society that criminals involved in ISIS can also get parole. Mr. Khan further told that by telecasting such news items, the judiciary may also get affected. The attitude of media in respect of Minorities is condemnable which disrupt the peaceful atmosphere of the society. There is a need for wider discussions in this regard.
Source: Agencies


  
  

Comments


No comments yet! Be the first one to leave a comment.


Add Comment

Name:
Email:
Comment:

More India News


Break silos, make government seamless for people: President Kovind to ..


PM Narendra Modi wishes former Tamil Nadu CM Karunanidhi speedy recove ..

- Ahmedabad 2008 serial blasts accused gets bail
- Aircel-Maxis case: Delhi court grants anticipatory bail to P Chidambaram
- Three killed, many feared trapped as two buildings collapse in Greater Noida
- Govt hikes sugarcane price by Rs 20 per quintal to Rs 275
- Dairy farmers disrupt milk supply in Maharashtra, demand direct subsidy
- Arun Jaitley: India needs a decisive leader like Modi, not a tragedy king like K
- Congress-JD(S) 'differences' would be resolved: Deputy CM G Parameshwara
- India slaps higher import duties on steel, agri products in retaliation to US ta
- Shiv Sena says '2014 political accident' will not happen in 2019
- Sunanda Pushkar case: Delhi court summons Shashi Tharoor on July 7
- No bids for Air India so far, govt will not extend May 31 deadline
- Nipah virus claims one more life in Kerala, death toll rises to 12
- India successfully test-fires BrahMos supersonic cruise
- Ajit Doval hasn't changed policy, just more hardline, says ISI ex-chief General
- Fuel prices hit the roof in India
- Three coaches of Andhra Pradesh Express catch fire in Gwalior
- Once again, Supreme Court Collegium stalls on Justice KM Joseph's name
- Once again, Supreme Court Collegium stalls on Justice KM Joseph's name
- Food processing industry in state facing several challenges, says Punjab Agricul
- PM Modi rode to power on promise of reducing fuel prices, why is he unable to cu

Related News

Amjed Ullah Khan have petitioned the State Minorities Commission against the hate speech of Raja Singh
Vishwas NewsHyderabad, July 24:? Amjed Ullah Khan (Ex Corproator) MBT have petitioned the State Minorities Commission against the .. read more
Muslim scholars raise objection on proposed Marriage Act by Minority welfare department
Vishwas NewsHyderabad, Oct 23:Though the Shariah(Islamic law) is clear pertaining to marriages in Islam it has been in controversy .. read more
Commission appoints Advocate Commissioner to probe Alair encounter
Vishwas NewsHyderabad, May 3 : Andhra Pradesh State Minorities Commission chairman Abid Rasool Khan on Saturday informed that the .. read more
Gauri Lankesh murder: Video clipping of Ramachandra Guha linking RSS with killing yet to be examined, says police
Oct 25:Gauri Lankesh murder: Video clipping of Ramachandra Guha linking RSS with killing yet to be examined, says police Asked whe .. read more
ISIS claims start of new currency by minting of coins
Washington :The Islamic State militant group has claimed to have started its own currency by minting coins and described the move .. read more

More Related News

- World Telugu Conference website launched
- KCR holds review meeting on minorities welfare
- Topless protest by actress Sri Reddy prompts NHRC notices to TS, I&B Ministry
- Encouraging response to public hearing by BCs Commission
- Telugu compulsory from I to XII standards, Urdu optional - CM issues orders
- TV channel airs Naidu-MLA 'tape'
- TS Govt extends Sudhir Commission's tenure till March 31
- National Conference on Equal Opportunity at MANUU
- BJP unit claims to enrol 30L members of minority communities
- Move to link 'filmy culture' with Kakatiya heritage deplorable: Kakatiya Heritage Trust

More Latest News:

- Musi clean-up gains pace
- TS issues guidelines for implementing Economic Support Schemes
- Telangana will protect sericulture farmers, says Etela Rajender
- Global meet on blockchain in Hyderabad
- 200 check dams coming up in Telangana
- Fighting rain, flood for Medigadda dream
- Break silos, make government seamless for people: President Kovind to newly recruited IAS officers
- PM Narendra Modi wishes former Tamil Nadu CM Karunanidhi speedy recovery
- Ahmedabad 2008 serial blasts accused gets bail
- Congress leader Jairam writes to NMML director over confusion for museum approval
- PNB scam: Fugitive jeweller Mehul Choksi says he took Antigua citizenship last year to expand business
- Eye test can now detect early signs of dementia, says study
- India vs Essex Practice Match: India's frontmen dazzle, sidekicks falter
- Hopeful to be part of England squad in World Cup 2022, says Phil Foden
- Twenty young boys and girls to represent India at Junior NBA World Championship
- Mission: Impossible Fallout box office prediction: The Tom Cruise film will earn Rs 10 crore on Day 1
- Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 movie review: The weakest link is Sanjay Dutt's gangster
- Saudi Arabia joins global pledge to protect disabled rights
- Iran's Revolutionary Guards' chief warns Trump: 'If you begin the war, we will end it'
- Houthis accused of threatening world's electricity supplies
- Youth, woman held for murder
- Rahul Gandhi congratulates ragpicker's son for cracking AIIMS entrance test
- Cows are safer than women in the country, says Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray
- Bihar clears new liquor bill, CM Nitish says prohibition for betterment of poor
- 'Do not stop writing': Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan backs writer Hareesh over novel controversy
This page was created in 0.0408418178558 seconds