Porn Banned! 15 Things Which Deserve Being Banned Before Porn

Porn Banned! 15 Things Which Deserve Being Banned Before Porn

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It is very aptly said , if we behaved like our govt. we shall always stay arrested. Last night our dear govt. again proved how immature it is. I mean seriously , porn banned? . Who the hell gives the government, we’ve ,to protect our Right to Expression to Censor what we watch! It’s becoming their habit and if we do not tell them we are not keeping any quiet you never know what else could fall in the list- Beef , Fifty Shades of Grey , word Lesbian in movies and it goes on ………….

Here are 15 things which require govt.’s attention more than anything !

1.  #POLITICS OF MONEY AND MUSCLE

A video grab shows India's opposition lawmakers displaying wads of cash they said were offered as bribes to abstain from voting during a two-day debate inside the parliament in New Delhi July 22, 2008. Opposition lawmakers demanded the prime minister Manmohan Singh's resignation over allegations some members of parliament were offered bribes by a government ally to abstain from voting. REUTERS/ANI   (INDIA)Image Source 

2. #MORAL POLICING

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3. #ROADS WITH POTHOLES

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4. #COLLEGE DONATIONS

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 5. KRK and HONEY SINGH

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 6. PEEING AND SPITTING ON ROADS

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7. #RAPE’S GLORIFICATION IN BOLLYWOOD

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8. #FAIRNESS CREAMS

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9. #DOWRY IN WEDDINGS

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10. #ASARAM AND HIS FRIEND BABAs

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11. #LAZY & CORRUPT GOVT. OFFICIALS

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12. #TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES

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13. #KHAP PANCHAYAT

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14. #CRIMINALS IN THE PARLIAMENT

Activists from the Naya Bhoomi - New Land - organisation hold placards during a protest against criminals contesting the upcoming parliamentary elections in New Delhi on March 14, 2009 and demanded that all Indian political parties not give party tickets to those with a criminal background.  India will hold general elections over several stages from April 16 to May 13, the election commission announced. The world's largest democracy, with 714 million eligible voters, must go to the polls before the end of May, the end of the five-year mandate of the Congress Party-led government of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.  AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRANImage Source 

15. #CENSORSHIP ITSELF

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