Writs filed against TikTok ban unable to be heard
KATHMANDU, Nov 20: The writs filed in the Supreme Court against the ban on TikTok implemented by the government, have been unable to be heard on Monday due to a lack of time. Around 10 writs filed against the TikTok ban were scheduled for a hearing in the bench of Justice Dr. Kumar Chudal.
The government had decided to shut down TikTok for the time being saying that many offenses were made against Public Courtesy and the TikTok Company did not assist in reducing crimes caused by TikTok and the prosecution of the culprits.
10 writs against the ban on TikTok were registered in the Supreme Court on Friday demanding an interim order to let TikTok run as earlier by annulling the government’s decision by the order of Certiorari.
The writs were filed by Senior Advocate Dinesh Tripathi, Advocates Ananta Raj Luintel, Dr. Sunil Ranjan Singh, Trilok Bahadur Chand, Prem Raj Silwal, Yagyamani Neupane, Farsuram Pandey, etc.