The summary judgment says that Tik Tok should be opened but immoral content should not be uploaded on it.
The Peshawar High Court banned Tik Tok on March 11. Chief Justice Qaisar Rashid Khan had remarked that videos uploaded on Tik Tok were not acceptable to the society. Tik Tok videos are spreading obscenity in society. Tik Tok affects young people the most.
After which a ban on TIk TOk was ordered.
However, a bench headed by Chief Justice of Peshawar High Court Qaiser Rashid re-heard the case today in which DG Tele PTA also appeared.
The court inquired as to what progress has been made so far in removing immoral content since the ban on Tik Tok.
On this, the DGPTA said, “We have discussed this issue again with the Tik Tok administration. We have asked the Tik Tok administration to block anyone who makes repeated mistakes.”
The court said that if the PTA took action, people would not upload such videos. You have to have a system that distinguishes between good and bad