Nisar's remarks came as a three-member apex court bench heard an appeal filed by the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) against the High Court's decision to ban the broadcast of Indian content on TV channels in the country, Dawn newspaper reported.
At this, the Chief Justice remarked: "We will not allow Indian content to be aired on (Pakistani) channels."
On being told that "Filmazia was not a news channel but was an entertainment channel and that it did not do any propaganda", the Chief Justice countered the Pemra counsel by saying: "It is, however, damaging our culture."
In 2016, Pemra had imposed a ban on airing Indian content on local television and FM radio channels.
The decision was largely seen as a tit-for-tat move after similar actions were taken by some channels and the entertainment industry in India against Pakistani content and artists, the report said.
In October 2018, the Supreme Court reinstated the ban on the transmission of Indian content on local television channels.
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