Bilawal demands inquiry against Sheikh Rashid over increasing train accidents

Insaaf4Tyrain

Minister (2k+ posts)
Having an opinion is everyone's right. However, it should be based on facts & figures.
Ok let’s talk about facts. How many times a week did imran khan do interviews with different anchors ? Was any of them taken off air? And if your counter is that if a criminal is allowed to be on tv ? You should ask this question to yourself first, how many cases did IMRAN khan have ? Including attacking SSP Islamabad police,PTV attack, and including a 7ata in anti terrorism court. Jahangir Tareen is a convict doing press conference. He is convicted under article 62 f 1 meaning a certified lier. I am sure you will have a logical answer
 

عمر

Senator (1k+ posts)
Ok let’s talk about facts. How many times a week did imran khan do interviews with different anchors ? Was any of them taken off air? And if your counter is that if a criminal is allowed to be on tv ? You should this question to yourself first, how many cases did IMRAN khan have ? Including attacking SSP Islamabad police PTV attack, including a 7ata in anti terrorism court. Jahangir Tareen is a convict doing press conference. He is convicted under article 62 f 1 meaning a certified lier. I am sure you will have a logical answer
Imran Khan had cases against him but that does not make him a convict.
Maryam is a convict, meaning she has been proved a criminal & sentenced.
There is a huge difference.
Jahangir Tareen has been disqualified but not convicted. Even NS had media interaction after disqualification but not after conviction.
This is your problem. You try to mix things based on technicalities. There is huge difference between filing an FIR against someone & a conviction after an actual trial.
 

Insaaf4Tyrain

Minister (2k+ posts)
Imran Khan had cases against him but that does not make him a convict.
Maryam is a convict, meaning she has been proved a criminal & sentenced.
There is a huge difference.
Jahangir Tareen has been disqualified but not convicted. Even NS had media interaction after disqualification but not after conviction.
This is your problem. You try to mix things based on technicalities. There is huge difference between filing an FIR against someone & a conviction after an actual trial.
Brother a Sentence is a conviction. and did you read the Pemra Rules which PTI is using to Take opposition off air? here is a Copy

Please tell me where does it state a criminal can not do interviews? you said lets talk with facts and figures
 

عمر

Senator (1k+ posts)
It also says that you can not conduct a interview of a person who is under investigation. was imran khan under investigation for Helicopter case PTV case SSP case was he doing interviews ? yes he was lets not be hypocritical here
Where does it say a person under investigation cannot be interviewed?
 

Insaaf4Tyrain

Minister (2k+ posts)
Both pages 16 & 17 do not have the word "investigation".
anything which tends to glorify crime or criminals thats the one you are using right ? where does it say can not interview them and Maryam;s application is in a high court which is a continuation of trial .
 

عمر

Senator (1k+ posts)
anything which tends to glorify crime or criminals thats the one you are using right ? where does it say can not interview them and Maryam;s application is in a high court which is a continuation of trial .
Where does it say you cannot interview them?

Where it says you cannot glorify crime or criminals
 

Insaaf4Tyrain

Minister (2k+ posts)
Where does it say you cannot interview them?

Where it says you cannot glorify crime or criminals
define glorify ? now how do you glorify it when it is not even aired and you don't know what they are talking about?

here is a definition of
glorify
verb
glo·ri·fy | \ ˈglȯr-ə-ˌfī \
glorified; glorifying
Definition of glorify

transitive verb
1a: to make glorious by bestowing honor, praise, or admiration
b: to elevate to celestial glory
2: to light up brilliantlyChandeliers glorified the entire room.
3a: to represent as glorious : EXTOLa song glorifying romantic love
b: to cause to be or seem to be better than the actual conditionthe new position is just a glorified version of the old stockroom job

if a anchor praises them that is glorifying them but if you ask a question to a political person is that glorifying them ? and where does it also say absconder ? in reference to Ishaq dar?
 

Insaaf4Tyrain

Minister (2k+ posts)
Read Page 16 and 17
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR MEDIA BROADCASTERS OR CABLE TV OPERATORS Programmes:-
(h) maligns or slanders any individual in person or certain groups, segments of social, public and moral life of the country;

(d) contains anything defamatory or knowingly false;

(c) contains an abusive comment that, when taken in context, tends to or is likely to expose an individual or a group or class of individuals to hatred or contempt on the basis of race or caste, national, ethnic or linguistic origin, colour or religion or sect, sex, sexual orientation, age or mental or physical disability;

this is all done by PTI especially by Shehbaz Gil about Shehbaz Sharif who is not convicted and Humzah
 

عمر

Senator (1k+ posts)
define glorify ? now how do you glorify it when it is not even aired and you don't know what they are talking about?

here is a definition of
glorify
verb
glo·ri·fy | \ ˈglȯr-ə-ˌfī \
glorified; glorifying
Definition of glorify

transitive verb
1a: to make glorious by bestowing honor, praise, or admiration
b: to elevate to celestial glory
2: to light up brilliantlyChandeliers glorified the entire room.
3a: to represent as glorious : EXTOLa song glorifying romantic love
b: to cause to be or seem to be better than the actual conditionthe new position is just a glorified version of the old stockroom job

if a anchor praises them that is glorifying them but if you ask a question to a political person is that glorifying them ? and where does it also say absconder ? in reference to Ishaq dar?
The way you are going, soon you are going to start asking where does it say you cannot interview a criminal whose name is "Maryam".
First of all, when you interview a criminal, you ARE glorifying them. All criminals do not get that chance. Why anyone particular? Specially when you do not interview them about their crime but everything else.
Secondly, as claimed by you, there is no clause that forbids the interview of a person under investigation.
If Ishaq Dar was not guilty, he would not be an absconder from his own country. He should present his case in court first & then on TV. He is wanted by the state.
 

عمر

Senator (1k+ posts)
(h) maligns or slanders any individual in person or certain groups, segments of social, public and moral life of the country;

(d) contains anything defamatory or knowingly false;

(c) contains an abusive comment that, when taken in context, tends to or is likely to expose an individual or a group or class of individuals to hatred or contempt on the basis of race or caste, national, ethnic or linguistic origin, colour or religion or sect, sex, sexual orientation, age or mental or physical disability;

this is all done by PTI especially by Shehbaz Gil about Shehbaz Sharif who is not convicted and Humzah
Not really. Shehbaz Sharif is the former CM & the current administration has every right to tell the public about his performance. No slander there.
 

عمر

Senator (1k+ posts)
But they are taken off air ? and there is no rule that says they can not be interviewed ?
There is a rule which forbids the channels to glorify crime & criminals. One must present oneself in front of the law. You do that & not give interviews in the media. Once you are cleared by the courts, then you can give as many interviews as you want.
 
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