oi mukesh pandey
New Delhi, May 17. The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has summoned the Director of Communications of Twitter India in connection with the tampering and posting of a video by stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra.
Comedian Kunal Kamra has been accused of tampering with the video of a patriotic song sung by a boy to PM Narendra Modi during his visit to Germany this month. The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has been summoned by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights on Wednesday for not submitting an action taken report regarding posting of tampered videos in the matter.
Kamra was reprimanded by the child’s father
Kamra was fiercely classed by Ganesh Paul, the father of the Indian-origin child for tampering with the child’s video. He challenged him to be an Indian. At the same time, NCPCR has also raised Kunal in this matter. The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights had said that it is wrong to use the child in such political matters. This is illegal and also a violation of the Juvenile Act 2015.
Kamra tampered with the video
Stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra replaced the song sung by the kid with a spoof on inflation, ‘Mahangai dayan khaye jaat hai’. While the child sang the song ‘Janmabhoomi Bharat’ in front of PM Modi in Germany.
NCPCR sends notice to Director of Twitter Communications India
On May 5, NCR had demanded action against comedian Kunal Kamra. The Commission has now given notice to the Director of Twitter Communications India to appear on Wednesday, May 18, with details of the action taken so far.