Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan supports new law to check cyber bullying


    Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan supports new law to examine cyber bullying

    ” No action would be taken versus the media or critics till they don’t break the Constitution and remain within limitations.”

    Pinarayi Vijayan

    Upgraded: Nov 22, 2020, 11: 52 PM IST

    Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Sunday, November 22 guaranteed people that the amendment to the Kerala Police Act will not be utilized against totally free speech or unbiased journalism.

    According to the new change signed by Guv Arif Mohammed Khan, those discovered guilty of spreading out bad or defamatory material through any ways, consisting of the social networks will be penalized. A three-year jail term, a fine of Rs10,000 or both is what the accused will need to face.

    Talking to the media the Cheif Minister said that social networks platforms were being misused rampantly which the government was receiving numerous problems due to which it needed to decide.

    ” The State Federal government was consistently receiving problems versus the wide misuse of social media, specifically by certain online channels. Even prominent public and cultural figures had actually made such complaints. They have actually brought to the notification of the Government circumstances where inhuman and disgusting cyber attacks were performed by some in the guise of journalism and how it even hurt the household lives of lots of. It has often turned into targeted attacks using untruths and even sleazy material. Many households are bearing the consequences of such attacks,” stated Kerala CM.

    Vijayan stated the state is bound to protect the liberty and dignity of a specific, however no action would be taken against the media or critics till they don’t break the Constitution and remain within limits.

    ” In addition to guaranteeing the freedom of the press, the Federal government likewise has the obligation of maintaining a citizen’s specific freedom and his/her dignity as preserved in the Constitution. The popular concept that one’s freedom ends where the other’s nose starts needs to be respected. One has the liberty to swing one’s fist, but it ends where the other’s nose begins. Nevertheless, there have actually been instances of this idea being consistently violated,” said Kerala CM.

    ” In the name of the flexibility of the press, private liberty can not be broken and likewise, in the name of private liberty, the flexibility of the press can not be breached. The federal government is duty-bound to protect both. It is in this context that even at the international level steps are being put in location versus the violation of individual dignity. The modification in the Kerala Authorities Act is just those that are in tune with such measures,” he included.

    Meanwhile, the opposition declares that the change is exorbitant and could be used to reduce freedom of speech, gag the media and silence critics of the government.

    ( With firm inputs)

    ( the headline, this story has actually not been published by Important India News personnel and is released from a syndicated feed.).


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