Supreme Court hints to shut down YouTube in Pakistan



We have no problem with freedom of expression, our families are not forgiven on YouTube, social media, YouTube is closed in many countries, social media is controlled under local laws in many countries, court

ISLAMABAD (Khi City News - 22 July 2020) The Supreme Court has hinted at shutting down YouTube in Pakistan. The Supreme Court has taken notice of objectionable content on social media, YouTube. Notice has been taken in the bail case of Shaukat Ali involved in a sectarian crime. Speaking on the occasion, Justice Qazi Amin said that we have no problem with freedom of expression.

On this occasion, the court inquired whether the FIA ​​and PTA were watching what was happening on YouTube. Justice Qazi Amin further said that our families are not forgiven on YouTube, social media, some uncle sits on YouTube, some judges are embarrassed, judges are embarrassed, yesterday we gave our verdict and it started on YouTube.


During the hearing, Justice Mushir Alam said that YouTube is banned in many countries, social media is controlled under local laws in many countries, content against the United States and the European Union is posted on YouTube, how many people were prosecuted for such crimes? However, the court has issued notices to the Foreign Ministry and the Attorney General, indicating that YouTube will be shut down.

On this occasion, Justice Qazi Amin further said that people are incited against the government and institutions, in many countries social media is controlled under local laws. It should be noted that YouTube has been banned in Pakistan even before this, after which the people of Pakistan were deprived of using YouTube for a long time. But the ban was later lifted. But now, once again, the Supreme Court has hinted at shutting down YouTube.