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Federal government instructs PEMRA to lift ban on Imran Khan – Hum News

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The federal government has directed the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) to lift the ban on Chairman PTI Imran Khan.

According to sources, the federal government has issued a directive under section 5 of PEMRA.

It should be noted that PEMRA had banned the broadcast of Imran Khan’s speeches and press conference today.

According to the notification issued in this regard, the ban on showing Imran Khan’s speeches has been imposed under PEMRA Ordinance 2002.

PEMRA has also banned broadcasting and rebroadcasting of Imran Khan’s speeches.

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According to the notification, no TV channel will broadcast Imran Khan’s speeches, Imran Khan’s speech tried to incite against institutions and people against institutions.

PTI leader Fawad Chaudhary, while reacting to the ban on Imran Khan’s speeches, has said that today it has been proved again that the group is in power in the guise of politics.

He said that the nation has rejected the narrative that the Prime Minister tried to present, today is the darkest day in the political and social history of Pakistan.

He said that a person involved in crimes like money laundering, conspiracy and conspiracy has become the Prime Minister, the dark history of violation of human rights is taking place in the country.

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