On Thursday, Sahara Group demanded the introduction of the disease in the Netflix web series ‘Bad Boy Billionaires: India’. (Photo: Netflix India)
On Thursday, Sahara Group claimed to have the disease on Netflix’s web series ‘Bad Boy Billionaires: India’. Also, the agency has been asked to take corrective action to remove ‘light research and unfounded’ material from the program.
A spokesman for Sahara India Pariwar questioned Netflix’s intentions, saying, ‘The whole picture is a bundle of lies. The data has been tampered with and this is an attempt to tarnish the image of Netflix’s Sahara Group. Sahara Group said the web series misrepresented that the company does chit fund business. The film also falsely alleges that the depositors of this group are not real.
The party said in a statement, “This is completely wrong. We have never been a cheat fund company. We have been working under the rules of RBI, Firm and Registrar of Societies for 21 years from the very beginning. Since then we have worked under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and now our staff has come forward and the company operates a co-operative society under the control of the Ministry of Agriculture.
No money was seized from the closed accountSahara Group said that in any of Sahara’s plans, the account is on or off, not a single penny has been seized. The film shows that the agents of the organization stopped going to the village and when their contribution to the account stopped, a letter came to the account holder that their funds had been confiscated, all trying to tarnish the image of the Sahara group.
Noting that the web series is based on poor research and out of reality, the team demanded an immediate ban on the film’s worldwide broadcast and asked Netflix to gather accurate information. This web series should be broadcast as soon as it contains accurate information.