‘Lesbian couple today, gay men tomorrow’: Minister warns Dabur over Karva Chauth ad

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10/25/2021

Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra warned Dabur India over the Karva Chauth advertisement showing two young women breaking fast. Mishra said he found the advertisement objectionable. The MP Home Minister said he ordered DGP to inform Dabur India to withdraw the advertisement. Speaking about reported violence at Ashram 3 sets, Mishra said scenes that can hurt religious sentiments of the Hindus should not be shot. Mishra also said there will be permanent guidelines issues to take prior permission for shooting of such scenes.

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