The Peshawar High Court (PHC) on Thursday lifted the ban on popular social media platform TikTok directing the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to take more steps to curb immoral content.
PHC Chief Justice Qaisar Rashid Khan presided over the hearing of a petition filed against the social media platform wherein, DG PTA, director legal PTA and authority’s lawyer Jahanzeb Mehsud and petitioner’s lawyer Sara Ali Khan appeared before the court.
During the proceedings, PHC chief justice inquired about action taken against the immoral content on the social media app.
“We have raised the issue again with the TikTok’s administration,” the DG PTA replied. “ They have also hired a focal person and will look into all the immoral and illegal content that is being uploaded.”