Music banned in cars and public transport

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According to the government’s vision, the Islamabad administration has banned all types of public transport and music and performances from 1st to 12th Rabi-ul-Awal.

According to Hum News, keeping in view the respect of Rabi-ul-Awal, only praise, recitation of Holy Quran and Naat will be allowed.

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According to the notification issued by the Islamabad administration, legal action will be taken against the violators.

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The government is celebrating the 10th of Rehmat-ul-Alamin across the country. In this decade, schools, colleges and seminaries will hold speech and sermon competitions on Sira.

Scholars, scholars and outstanding students will provide effective public awareness during the 10th Rehmat-ul-Alamin. Awareness will be provided on women’s rights in particular, increasing sexual violence in the society and prevention of drugs.

Publishers give special discounts on Sira books during the 10th Rehmat-ul-Alamin. Various aspects of Sira-e-Taiba will be highlighted through public and private TV channels.

PEMRA will issue special instructions to public and private TV channels. Special publicity will be given to Rabi-ul-Awal programs held in other Islamic countries.

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