Do not sensationalize ongoing rescue operations at Silkyara, Uttarakhand: Ministry of I&B advises TV channels

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Do not sensationalize ongoing rescue operations at Silkyara, Uttarakhand: Ministry of I&B advises TV channels

By PIB Delhi

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has today issued an advisory to television channels to refrain from sensationalizing the ongoing rescue operation at Silkyara, Uttarakhand, and from undertaking any live posts/videos from close proximity of the tunnel site where the rescue operations are underway, and ensure that the human life-saving activity by the various agencies is in no way disrupted or disturbed by the very presence of cameramen, reporters or equipment near or around the site of the operation.

The government is keeping constant communication and making all efforts to keep up the morale of the workers trapped in the 2 km-built tunnel portion. Various Government agencies are working tirelessly for the safe evacuation of 41 workers. The operation underway around the tunnel is extremely sensitive involving saving so many lives. Telecast of video footage and other pictures relating to the operations by the TV channels especially by placing cameras and other equipment at proximity to the rescue operations site have the potential to adversely affect the ongoing operations.

The Ministry has advised the TV channels to be cautious and sensitive while reporting on the matter, especially in putting out headlines, videos & images and take due care of the sensitive nature of the operation, the psychological status of the family members, and as well as the viewers in general.

The detailed advisory is available at the link below:

https://new.broadcastseva.gov.in

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