Pakistan High Court Bans Festivity Of Valentine’s Day ‘With Prompt Impact’


Pakistan High Court Bans Festivity Of Valentine’s Day ‘With Prompt Impact’
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Clamor for observing Valentine’s Day by specific religious devotees or radical political gatherings is exceptionally normal in our nation. In any case, Pakistan hit a new low when Islamabad High Court on Monday requested a prohibition on festivities of Valentine’s Day and its advancement via web-based networking media the nation over.

The court’s choice came subsequent to tolerating a request of documented by a national named Abdul Waheed who contended that Valentine’s Day is un-Islamic.


As indicated by the Waheed’s appeal, Valentine’s Day is not a piece of the Muslim custom and its advancements on the standard and web-based social networking ought to be prohibited. To this, the court requested the organization to make a move to stop the festival of Valentine’s Day in the nation “with prompt impact.”

It would appear that Pakistan owes a major on account of Abdul Waheed for “opening” the eyes of the legal in his nation.

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