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Punjab Govt imposes ban on Concerts in Educational Institutes

Posted on 24 January 2012 by PakBee - Total hits: 6,008

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Punjab Assembly has unanimously approved a resolution which seeks ban on “Objectionable” concerts in educational institutes of Punjab.

Exactly two weeks ago, in a tragic accident, 3 Girls died in Atif Aslam’s concert in Lahore due to mismanagement. As the news aired on news channel, many people showed concerns and opposed the growing culture of “concerts” in educational institutes. As a result of it, today a resoluton was passed by an MPA of opposition party Pakistan Muslim League-Q to ban such events in college and universities.

According to Express Tribune, The MPA of PML-Q – Seemal Kamran – while explaining the merits of bill said:

“Pakistan is an Islamic republic and permitting music concerts to take place in public and private educational institutions is against the morality and ethics of Islamic culture.”

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2 Responses to “Punjab Govt imposes ban on Concerts in Educational Institutes”

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    Mik Says:

    How can they do that?? Pahle basant ko ban kia..phir shadi raat 10 baje tak ki kar di..or ab concert??? seriously ye log to awam ko dukh de de kar hi mar dale ge..khushi nahi de sakte to borr b na karo..:///

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    Azhar Says:

    imran khan has also condemned ban on music concerts…

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