We all know one or two friends in our social circle who make videos on Tik Tok or we enjoy watching Tik Tok videos for some entertainment and time pass. But now we may not watch those videos as a petition to ban youngsters’ popular mobile app Tik Tok has been filed in Lahore High Court.
As per details, petitioner Advocate Nadeem Sarwar said that Tik Tok was spoiling the young generation as they were wasting their time in making the videos. The app was promoting vulgarity and giving rise to blackmailing and harassment in society.
federal government, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and Pakistan
Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) were made parties to the petition
calling for a ban on the Tik Tok.
petition requested the court to instruct the PTA to ban Tik Tok in the country The
court should stop the PEMRA from airing Tik Tok videos, the petition read.
A young woman allegedly shot dead her boyfriend for marrying someone else in Lahore’s Raiwind area.
As per details, the women, identified as Fiza, killed the deceased Muddasar in the street after chasing him on a motorcycle through the market area.
The police, who have arrested the suspect, said that initial investigation revealed that Mudassar had promised to marry Fiza. Fiza, a divorcee, had convinced her parents for her second marriage. Meanwhile, Mudassar cheated on Fiza and married someone else which irked Fiza who then hatched a plan to kill him with the help of two other friends.
On Tuesday, when Mudassar was going to market with his brother on a motorbike, an armed Fiza started chasing them with her accomplices. As Mudassar and his brother approached their home, Fiza opened fire on them. A bullet hit Mudasar in the chest killing him on the spot.
The police have lodged a murder case against Fiza, who surrendered herself to the police along with the murder weapon.