Peshawar High Court removes Ban On TikTok

PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court (PHC) has lifted the ban on the popular video streaming application TikTok on Thursday.

A bench headed by Chief Justice Qaiser Rashid, according to the details, to ensure that immoral content is not uploaded to the app issued orders to the concerned authorities to put a ban.

PHC’s top judge questioned the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) director-general, amid the proceedings, ‘What action have you taken so far for the removal of objectionable content from the application?’

In response to the question, DG PTA said that the issue has been raised with the management of TikTok. ‘The management has hired a focal person who will handle the issues of indecent and illegal content,’ he added.

Federal Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry, shortly, put an emphasis in his tweets on the need for a framework to encourage international organizations for making Pakistan their investment hub.

Fawad Chaudhry wrote in his tweet, “Pesh HC has suspended the operation of single bench judgement, ban on @TikTok_Paki has been lifted, my submission is lets be very careful while taking decisions that may effect Economic future of Pak, we need a framework to encourage int companies so to make Pak their investment hub.”

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