Bigg Boss 13: Karni Sena demands immediate ban on Salman Khan's show; says ‘It’s against Indian culture’

The Karni Sena has demanded a ban on Bigg Boss Season 13 for its vulgar content. They have said that it is against the Indian culture. Read on to know more
Bigg Boss 13: Karni Sena demands immediate ban on Salman Khan's show; says ‘It’s against Indian culture’Bigg Boss 13: Karni Sena demands immediate ban on Salman Khan's show; says ‘It’s against Indian culture’
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The popular reality show Bigg Boss is back with its new season and it is followed by its own share of in-house fights, arguments and controversies. So far, Bigg Boss 13 had been making the headlines for its interesting set of contestants and their heated arguments inside the house. However, the show, which is being hosted by Salman Khan, recently grabbed eyeballs after it landed in a major controversy. Reportedly, the Karni Sena has demanded a ban on BB13 claiming that the show is against the Indian culture.

In a letter written to the Minister of Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar, the Rajasthan-based organisation stated that Bigg Boss 13 has been insulting the Hindu traditions on national television. The Karni Sena also alleged that the renowned reality show has been promoting the idea of love jihad and is misleading the millennials. Furthermore, it also stated that BB13 has a high level of vulgarity and cannot be seen with the family.

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This isn’t all. The organisation had also written a letter to Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis demanding immediate action against Bigg Boss 13 according to the Hindu Act. Besides, they also demanded strict action against Salman for promoting love jihad on national television and insulting the Hindu culture.

Notably, this isn’t the first time that the new season of Bigg Boss has been slammed for its content. Earlier, the Confederation of All India Traders also demanded a ban on the show for its high level of vulgarity. The trade body also wrote a letter to Javadekar and said that the vulgar content of the show has crossed all limits of ethics and can’t be watched with the family. 'The concept of ‘Bed Friend Forever' is highly deplorable and is against all moral ethics of the television world. The makers of the show have forgotten that it is the prime time slot on TV when this show is telecast and people of all age groups watch the show. The current show has crossed all limits of ethics," the letter read.

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