Zakir Naik's Peace TV & # 039; Hate Speech & # 039; Penalty for giving

by Jeremy Spirogis
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London: In Britain, the media watchdog regulator Ofcom has imposed a high-quality of £ three million on disputed Islamic campaigner Zakir Naik's Peace TV community for airing 'hate speech' and 'extremely objectionable' content material within the nation. The UK regulator for communications companies has imposed a high-quality of £ 200,000 on Peace TV Urdu license holders and £ 100,000 on Peace TV for breaking its broadcasting guidelines.

The regulator stated, "In our investigation it has been discovered that applications broadcast on Peace TV Urdu and Peace TV have proven hate speech and extremely objectionable content material. <! –

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                 There was additionally a chance of upsetting crime.

Ofcom stated in a press release, 'We have come to the conclusion that this materials displays severe failures in following our broadcasting guidelines and requires a penalty. Ofcom has imposed a high-quality of two lakh kilos on the previous license holders of Peace TV Urdu and one lakh kilos on Peace TV for breaking our guidelines associated to broadcasting.

Peace TV is owned by 'Lord Production Limited' and Peace TV Urdu is licensed by 'Club TV'. The mum or dad firm of each is 'Universal Broadcasting Corporation Limited' which is owned by Naik (54).

Controversial Islamic campaigner Naik is needed in India for selling fundamentalism and cash laundering by hate speeches. He moved from India to Malaysia in 2016, the place he was granted everlasting residency.

India formally requested the Government of Malaysia final week for his extradition. Her entry into Britain was banned in 2010 as a result of her 'objectionable habits'.
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