Writ request looks for HC order to stop utilization of Tiktok, Bigo, Likee

A Supreme Court legal advisor today documented a writ appeal with the High Court, looking for its mandates on the specialists worried to stop tasks of cell phone applications – Bigo Live, Tiktok video and Likee – to "shield young people from social corruption". 

Legal counselor Md JR Khan Robin presented the writ appeal as a public interest case to the HC, additionally going to the court to give a standard asking the specialists to clarify for what good reason their inaction to stop the utilization of these applications ought not be announced unlawful. 

In the appeal, he said that the young people of the nation are dependent on these cell phone applications and are losing good and social qualities. 

JR Khan Robin disclosed to The Daily Star that he will move the writ appeal before the HC after the court resumes on January 3 subsequent to progressing yearly excursion.