No more graffiti: Pak court to political parties
Islamabad: A court in Pakistan has directed political parties to refrain from graffiti.
The Balochistan High Court directed all political parties Thursday to refrain from graffiti to propagate their ideas, Dawn reported.
"Our attention is drawn to wall-chalking that continues unabated by the political parties and commercial ventures," the judges said.
Political parties have said they have no objection if their slogans were removed from the walls.
The court noted that law prohibits writing on walls.
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