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Monday, 13 February 2017

Islamabad High Court banned Valentine’s Day Celebrations in Pakistan

Islamabad High Court (IHC) banned Valentine’s Day celebration across all the country on Monday. Islamabad High court passed an order regarding this after hearing a requesting for Valentine’s Day to be banned since its not a part of Muslim tradition.



The court arrange states that any Valentine's day related exercises and celebrations won't be permitted to be held out in the open spots. The request additionally forced a comparable bar on authority level too. The media, both electronic and print, have been forewarned against giving any scope to the 'day of affection.' 

The data service, PEMRA executive, Federal government and boss official have all been coordinated to present an answer in such manner inside the following 10 days. 

Valentine's Day has no association with our way of life and it ought to be maintained a strategic distance from," Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain 

It ought to be specified that last year, Mamnoon Hussain additionally expressed that Valentine's Day has no part in our way of life and that it is a western custom that we could manage without.

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