SHC has ordered the remove of all the political banners from Karachi.
Sindh High Court has ordered to remove of all the political banners from Karachi. The court made the observation that a case ought to be registered on hoardings or billboards.
The story goes that a two-judge Sindh High Court bench led by Justice Nadeem Akhtar commanded the removal of all political party banners from Karachi and threatened to file a formal complaint (FIR) if any of the billboards or hoardings supported a candidate. be admitted.
A two-person panel of the Sindh High Court ruled that complaints should be filed against the police personnel who have met with politicians regarding political banners and that appropriate action should be taken against the responsible officer. The administration ought to be sued as well if they take too long to take down the flags.
The High Court stated that individuals who displayed the photos should face consequences from the EC and the administration. What message would you like to convey to Karachi’s tourists? Is this a forest or a city full of sophisticated people? “Avoid turning this city into a jungle,” the judge said.
When speaking with the attorneys from KMC and Cantonments, Justice Nadeem Akhtar said, “You should fulfill your responsibility.” The court was told by officials that although we are acting, there are certain obstacles. The court mandated that steps be taken to eliminate any barriers.