Cabinet Ministers have given their nod to Cinematograph Amendment Bill. Indian films are censored according to Cinematograph Act 1952. This Amendment Bill will change the norms from that act. Cabinet has agreed to change those norms and place them in Amendment Bill. The bill will be put in front of MPs in Parliament. After Cabinet approval Cinematography Minister will bring it in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
Minister Anurag Thakur informed this to press. He told that Cabinet under Prime Minister Narendra Modi took this decision. He also told that this bill will bring changes to certification categories. Right now, Indian films are certified as U, U/A and A. Anurag Thakur stated that Cabinet has decided to bring changes according to the system followed in World Cinema by many countries.
He promised that this new bill will satisfy everyone. He also stated that Cabinet has decided to adhere to all the requirements of cinema industry. Anurag Thakur stated that the new bill will take measures to stop Piracy. He did not state other details. Soon, Cabinet Minister will bring the bill in Parliament and we will be able to find all the details.
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