Ayodhya Temple – Do’s and Don’ts for Entertainment Media on Ram Temple Event


The Ayodhya district administration has guided that news channels trying to cover the bhoomi pujan of the Ram Mandir one week from now should give an endeavor not to welcome any “vivadit pakshakar (disputable gathering)” for any discussion. The undertaking likewise expects them to guarantee no remark is made on any religion, community or organization, or a particular person.

According to the format contrived by the district administration, the undertaking says heads of electronic media houses would be considered responsible if there would be an occurrence of any peace circumstance emerging in light of a channel.“Kanoon vyavastha ko banaye rakha jayega tatha agar kisi prakar se koi garbari hogi to iski jimmedari meri vyaktigat roop se hogi,” which translates to Law and request would be kept up and in the event that there is anything untoward, at that point it would be my moral duty),” says the undertaking, to be marked by heads of media houses.

The format, sent to news channels, expects consents to be taken under nine heads, including that a private indoor space has been distinguished for a program and no open spot chosen for the purpose.

On parties to be called for banters on shows, the undertaking looks for an assurance that “iss karikaram mein kisi vivadit pakshakar ko nahi bulaya jayega (no disputable defendant would be welcomed for this program)”. No remark can be made on any “dharma, sampradaya, gasp (religion, community or sect)”, or a “vyakti vishesh (a particular person)”.

The channels have been advised to guarantee social distancing is kept up, there is no group or crowd at their account apart from panelists, and masks are worn by those joining in.

Deputy Director, Information, Murli Dhar Singh stated, “Media would have no issue covering the event, all the arrangements are being made. There would be a different media place, and live broadcast. So as to keep up peace and considering Covid, news channels would need to take earlier permission and guarantee there is no open social gathering, there are no controversial questions and that legitimate convention is kept up.”