New Delhi, Feb 14 (ANI): Finally, Bollywood lovers in Pakistan will not have to suffer as the Lahore High Court has allowed private television channels, having valid licences, to broadcast Indian movies. Chief Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah granted the permission in the light of Pemra 2002 ordinance, in which Pakistani TV channels are allowed to air Indian films, reports the Dawn. The Chief Justice issued a written order after hearing a petition of Leo Communication and others challenging the ban on the broadcast of Indian content on Pakistani television. The authority’s counsel had contended that the permission would be subject to terms and conditions of the licence under the Pemra Ordinance, 2002. The chief justice would resume further hearing on March 2.
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