Dhaka: Mumbai-based controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik`s Peace TV went off the air in Bangladesh on Monday after authorities cancelled its broadcast rights.
The information ministry issued the order on Monday, a day after the Cabinet Committee on Law and Order decided to end its broadcast, bdnews24 reported.
The decision followed allegations that the Indian preacher`s speeches, sermons and interpretation of Islamic issues were "inspiring acts of terrorism" and radicalising youths.
The information ministry order read: "Based on the Cabinet committee`s decision, free-to-air TV channel Peace TV`s downlink permission has been cancelled for violating downlink conditions."
The ban comes in the wake of bloody terror attacks in Bangladesh this month.