Pakistan blocks site: Pakistan has blocked sites India today in the country to spread the image of “humiliating” to the commander of the army in the departure of Sharif: Lahore.
“The site you are trying to access it contains prohibited content to viewers from inside Pakistan. You can not access this site,” page of sites India today read here.
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA),
which is authorized to prevent “offensive material” on the Internet,
and not immediately available for confirmation at the expense of Eid al-Adha holiday.
But it seems that the PTA and directed by the competent authorities to prevent sites in India today directed Pakistan after the Supreme Court in Lahore (LHC) and the communication to address this issue with the federal government.
Earlier this month,
the court disposed of the writ petition the federal government to impose a ban on the sites of India today for publishing degrading the image of Gen.
He said Supreme Court Chief Justice LHC Syed Mansoor Ali Shah: “The decision to prevent any location is a function of the parliament should be on the citizens to approach the elected government in such matters.”
‘Abdul Hamid, the petition presented today, saying that the Indian magazine
“India” had published anti-Pakistan articles recently published offensive image of the commander of the Pakistani army on its cover page.
He asked the court to direct the government led by Nawaz Sharif PML- (N) to address this issue
with the Indian government and a strong protest against this act.
It also asked the court to order the PTA to ban immediately the positioning of the magazine,
newspapers and other literature in Pakistan.
The English-language magazine in its edition published recently released the picture to leave on the cover page with a slap on his cheek.
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