The Vishwa Hindu Parishad issued a strict warning against an OTT platform stating that content should be removed that would make the Hindu religion appear in a bad light.
VHP requests the OTT platform to remove “anti-Hindu” content
- Vishwa Hindu Parishad has made a statement against an OTT platform to stop streaming shows and films with “anti-Hindi” content
- In the published letter, 5 incidents were reported that violated religious feelings
- The VHP has warned the platform that a legal dispute along with road riots is planned if no action is taken
Vishwa Hindu Parishad has requested an OTT platform to stop publishing shows with “anti-Hindu” content. The VHP previously warned filmmakers and OTT platforms in general. A letter has now been sent to a specific OTT platform warning them of a lawsuit and road riots.
In the letter, the VHP cited 5 cases that violated religious feelings in which Hinduism was allegedly deprecated. Shows like Leila, Ghoul, holy games and Krishna & his Leela were named by the Sangh daughter along with the names of the producers and directors.
VHP spokesman Shriraj Nair said that if this type of content continues to be streamed, the OTT platform will be brought to justice. “We will also be forced to take to the streets because of peaceful agitation to demand that your platform be banned.”
The letter also added a story of agitations against the OTT platform, mentioning, “We have been associated with many large-scale movements for the Hindu cause over the past 5 decades.” In addition, the content of these shows is misinformation about the Hindu style of worship and rituals spread and shows splendid saints in a bad light, as in a News18 Report.
The letter also states: “Attempts are being made to create humor through outrageous methods and representations in which our gods and other historical figures are involved, thereby deliberately undermining and diminishing their image and importance in society. Our gods are made a mockery in this way. “Nair added that these shows have” pain, anguish, and anger “against certain” irresponsible web series “.
Previously, on June 29, the VHP had warned filmmakers and all OTT services not to stream shows or films that “depravedly” depict Hindu religion. At the time, however, it was just a general warning. Now the VHP has specifically named the OTT platform to take action.
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