Aamir Khan is known for his initiative for various social cause as well. His TV show Satyamev Jayate bears testimony to this. However, his acts in this form do cause him problems as he has been sent a legal notice for using Emblem of India in his TV show called Satyamev Jayate. As per the legal notice by an activist called Manoranjan Roy, using the national emblem or its part without seeking the permission from Central Government is an offence, which he should have known before using it in his TV series.
The Phrase Stayamev Jayate is the very part of national emblem, which he is supposed to know before using it for his own personal TV series aired at Star Plus. The notice has been issued by the lawyer called Manoj Singh, who has demanded the producers of the TV show to furnish a copy of government permission or else simply face the peremptory instructions as initiated by the legal proceedings against the star.
The notice has been issued to both Aamir and his wife Kiran Rao for being the producers of the show along with the director Satyajit Bhatkal. The Prohibition of Improper Use Act of 2009 prevents anyone to use the State Emblem or any of its part without seeking the permission from the Union government. No one can give this permission to anyone that contains the Emblem or its part. This cannot be used to find monetary benefits or for the purpose of ads the notice further said. The people belonging the show are yet to respond the legal notice or comment on the issue.