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Closure of ‘X’, petition filed in Islamabad High Court

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Closure of ‘X’, petition filed in Islamabad High Court

Islamabad: An application has been filed in the Islamabad High Court for the closure of ‘X’. An application has been filed in the Islamabad High Court against the closure of the social networking website ‘X’. Journalist Ehtsham Abbasi has approached the High Court on the matter through the lawyer Sardar Garjaz Khan.
Chief Justice Amir Farooq will hear the petition against the closure of ‘X’ tomorrow. The petition has requested that the court issue orders to restore the social networking website ‘X’.
The petitioner says that since February 17, the access of citizens to ‘X’ is not possible, the ban has been imposed by PTA without any formal notice and notification, the continuous closure of X is Article 19. Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and Ministry of Information have been made parties in the petition.
Yesterday, Jamaat-e-Islami Senator Mushtaq Ahmed submitted a resolution demanding the removal of the ban on ‘X’ in the Senate. It should be clear that the service of ‘X’, which has been closed since 17 across Pakistan, has not yet been restored.

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