Minar-e-Pakistan incident: Pun Najab bans Tick tokens from entering parks

Lahore: Pun Najab Parks and Garden Authority (PAH) has banned TikTokers from entering all public parks following the Minaar-Pakistan incident, ARY News reported.

The decision was made at a meeting of PH officials in Lahore on Sunday.

According to the PHA statement, all ticks must obtain a valid pH license to enter the parks.

In addition, PHA is considering blocking access to more than two people in public parks.

The ban comes after the recent Iqbal Park massacre in Minar, Pakistan, in which more than 400 men were harassed.

Police have so far arrested 130 people and identified 40 in the Minaar-Pakistan incident.

As they perform the progress of the matter, the police said that the police were still assured of 40 people who were confirmed with authorities.

A total of 130 suspects have been arrested and 70 suspects have been released, he said.

Read: Min-e-Pakistan Event Prime Minister Imran Khan to Visit Lahore on Wednesday

During a forthcoming visit to Lahore, Prime Minister Imran Khan has reiterated that he will receive a briefing on violence and harassment of women ticks in Minar-Pakistan on Independence Day.

Sources close to the prime minister’s program say Imran Khan is expected to arrive in Lahore on Wednesday to discuss various regional issues.

“The prime minister will convene a high-level meeting at the prime minister’s house to review the major projects launched in Punjab province,” he said.


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