LAHORE - The Lahore High Court judge, Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry on Monday sought reports from Punjab Government and Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) about what measures they have adopted to stop vulgar activities being carried out in the name of culture as CDs of obscene dances and dramas are being played unabatedly on Cable TV networks. The judge passed this order after a law officer, during the hearing of a case against singers Naseebo Lal and Nooran Lal for singing vulgar songs, pointed out that the cable TV channels are also spreading obscenity in the society by running immoral videos of dramas and dances but the PEMRA had not taken any action against them. The court also ordered police to launch crackdown against the elements involved in this illegal business, observing that as per constitution of Pakistan Islam and Sunnah is the supreme law of the land and no immoral activity could be allowed to go on. Both singers were also present in the court along with famous lyricist Khawaja Pervez who told the court that some hidden hands are working behind these illegal activities. The SSP investigation also presented a report in the court, stating that the Censor Board lacked jurisdiction to clamp down against the illegal preparation, sale and distributions of CDs. He said that he had recorded the statements of different producers, distributors and both singers. As per report Naseebo Lal said she was forced to sing vulgar songs as a producer Iftikhar ul Hassan was continuously hurling life threats to her. She said censor board had also not raised any objection against the songs, she sung for the films. Nooran Lal said she had not sung any of the songs mentioned in the petition. Shahid Mamood, a distributor, said he struck a deal with Nooran Lal in 2003 and under the deal she sung 12 song while censor board objected none of them. Secretary Censor Board Ahmed Hassan stated that censor bard lacked jurisdiction against the preparation and distribution of private CDs and other relevant material. These activities fall under the purview of Motion Picture Ordinance. The SSP told the court through his report that as far as films are concerned, the censor board do not monitor them after issuance of clearance certificate as vulgarity is going on unabated in the cinema halls. He pointed out that police has launched a crack down against artists and people involved in illegal preparation, sale and distribution of vulgar dance CDs. He said he has sent recovered material to SSP Operations for further action. He suggested that the government should enact a specific law against preparation, sale and distribution of CDs and a mechanism would also be adopted to implement the law. On previous hearing, Justice Ijaz had ordered the SSP Investigation to find out those who wrote, made and released CDs of vulgar songs sung by Naseebo Lal and state which section of the PPC should be applied to prosecute them. The judge is hearing a petition against Naseebo Lal and Nooran Lal for singing vulgar songs. Petitioner Asif Mehmood Khan, a local lawyer, submitted that the departments concerned in connivance with some other elements were violating the law and the constitution by spoiling the integrity, sanctity and morality of the society. He said Naseebo Lal and Nooran Lal along with other respondents were busy in making and singing indecent and immoral songs. He said the shelter given by the government to the singers under the Motion Picture Ordinance 1979 was of illegal and heinous nature against the integrity and sanctity of the society. The petitioner prayed to the court to impose a complete ban on all the audio, video songs of the two respondents.