KP govt opposes ban on TikTok: ISLAMABAD: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government on Thursday opposed a ban on the preferred short-video sharing application TikTok.
Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, KP IT Minister Zia Bangash said the decision to prohibit TikTok in Pakistan is not ‘right.’ Prohibiting social networks Apps in the country harms country’s perception at the International level.
“In my opinion the judgement of Peshawar High Court (PHC) to prohibit TikTok is wrong.” We are planning to file a testimonial application in this context, he included.
The preacher made it clear that they are not versus the short-video sharing application, but versus those elements that are creating disgrace via TikTok.
Earlier this month, the Peshawar High Court (PHC) had actually purchased the authorities worried to enforce a restriction on TikTok.
A PHC bench, headed by Principal Justice Qaiser Rashid Khan, had actually asked for a ban to be imposed on the app from March 11.
“Videos being submitted on TikTok are undesirable to our culture,” the principal justice had remarked while hearing a request looking for regulations for the federal government to obstruct dishonest and also unethical material on the application.