Atlast it is a welcome call from State Human Rights Commission Chairman Subhashan Reddy. Speaking to the media about the cases filed on the reality dance show ‘Aata’ organized by Omkar, HRC Chairman has called for an immediate ban of ‘Aata 5.’
‘This show violates the Human Rights in every aspect. After examining the clippings of this show both visually and audibly, Human Rights Commission here by call for the ban of this show immediately. Children below 18 years of age aren’t both physically and mentally matured to take a decision of their own. Children's health, education and thus career are put at risk by these reality shows. This should be a wake up call for all the reality shows in the market. I here by give the authority to Hyderabad Police Commissioner to keep an eye on other reality shows and take the possible steps.
HRC feels that, there is an urgent need on the part of Government and people to frame the guidelines for these kinds of reality shows. It is not right to compare or rename children as Jayamalini,’ said Subhashan Reddy.
HRC has given an open chance to the respective TV channel managements to discuss on the verdict delivered by Commission. A report from Police Commissioner is expected to be given to HRC on the present trends of advertisements in TV media and their effects on society.