Peshawar High Court lifts ban on TikTok
The Peshawar High Court has lifted the ban on short video sharing app TikTok. Peshawar High Court Chief Justice Qaiser Rashid heard a petition against uploading immoral content on TikTok.
During the hearing, besides the DG PTA, the petitioner’s counsel Sara Ali Khan appeared in the court.
The apex court, while delivering its verdict in the case, allowed the TikTok to be opened.
It should be noted that the Peshawar High Court had last month ordered the closure of the TikTok app.
During the hearing, Chief Justice Qaiser Rashid Khan had said that the videos uploaded on TikTok were not acceptable in our society.
Chief Justice Peshawar High Court said that obscenity was spreading in the society through tick talk videos so it should be stopped immediately.
The Chief Justice had asked the DG PTA that closing the TikTok application would harm them. To which the DG PTA had replied that there would be a loss.
The DG PTA further told the court that we have applied to the TikTok officials but they have not yet responded positively.