Notices to Pemra, censor board on plea against drama serial
LAHORE: A civil judge on Wednesday issued notices to the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra), Central Censor Board and other respondents on a petition seeking an order to halt the final episode of popular television drama serial “Mere Pass Tum Ho”.
Ms Maham filed the petition through her counsel Majid Chaudhry, pleading that the women were being ridiculed and shown in derogatory light as a part of society in the play.
The counsel argued before the court that the Constitution did not allow character assassination of any segment of society.
He stated that the last episode of the drama serial would also be shown in cinemas across the country on Jan 25.