Federal government revokes PEMRA notification banning Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan’s speeches and press conferences done Recalled, the federal government has issued a directive to PEMRA. Earlier, PEMRA had banned broadcasting of PTI chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan’s speeches and press conferences. According to the notice issued by PEMRA, Imran Khan’s speech during the Long March and yesterday (November 4) national His speech was circulated without editorial oversight, making baseless accusations against the institution. Broadcasting of such content may incite public hatred and disturb law and order and endanger national security as per Article 19 of the Constitution and the PEMRA Ordinance 2002 as well as the Electronic Media Code of Conduct 2015. Pemra said that Imran Khan’s speeches aired on TV channels were reviewed, and it was found that the TV channels were delayed effectively as per court orders and relevant laws and could not ensure effective editorial supervision. The chairman immediately banned all TV. Channels broadcasting or re-broadcasting Imran Khan’s speech / press conference under Section 27 (A) of PEMRA Ordinance 2002. If it is violated, the license can be suspended under Section 30 (3) of PEMRA Ordinance 2002 without issuing a show cause notice in public interest and in accordance with law.