Fear based ads

Can everyone please see these ads in prominent papers and look how they are just focused on generating fear of losing among parents.

Shouldnt the Govt find a way of regulating such ads they aren’t necessarily misleading but they are surely wrong wrong more  

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I believe that Health Facilities and Education facilities should only be informed and not advertised. This possibly needs suitable amendments to the appropriate law governing media. more  
I think the media thrives on this kind of advertisement. As in other fields, the moral standards in advertisement as well as media have fallen abysmally. Those who have time, may try and read Dorothy Sayers novel 'Murder must advertise' written almost a century ago. In a round about way, it brings out the moral aspects of advertising. more  
Education has become commercial and the standards have been falling drastically. Now the present Central Govt is trying to step in to halt the falling standards. No short term solution to this menace!! more  
Govt should not allow such ads which try to create fear in customers. Even the ads which make claims without any scientific basis should also be banned. more  
Such a relevant point more  
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