Court appraises Tik Tok as a source of income for people

Lahore, 2nd November: A petition was heard in the Islamabad High Court against the ban on the most famous social media website Tik Tok and non-framing of PTA rules.

Baaghi TV: The Islamabad High Court sought details from the PTA regarding the rules. Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Athar Minallah remarked that people decide what is right and what is wrong, so it is very important to make rules.

Lawyer PTA took a stand that PTA should continue to hold talks with the Tik Tok management. Chief Justice Athar Minallah asked who is making such decisions in PTA. Tik Tok has been a source of income for the less privileged class during the pandemic. Tik Tok has also been an important source of entertainment.

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The court said that this does not happen in the whole world, the world is moving forward and you are taking it back, our morals should be so strong that nothing can affect them. The Islamabad High Court sought details regarding the rules and adjourned the hearing for four weeks.

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