"If you don't prosecute when a crime has happened, you can't claim to be robust", Lokur J to media bodies

Shruti Mahajan October 22 2018
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The Supreme Court has sought a response from media regulatory bodies as to why they have not taken any steps to inform the police about violations of law committed by media organizations while covering matters concerning sexual offences.

The Bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta has sought a response from the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA), Press Council of India (PCI), Editor's Guild of India and the Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF).

The Bench passed this . . .

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