Tag: PAKISTAN PUNJAB

THE MUSIC IN MUSLIM SHRINES ACT 1942

If any woman or girl sings to the accompaniment of a musical instrument or dances with or without a musical instrument in a Muslim Shrine, she shall be guilty of an offence under this Act and shall be liable on conviction to be punished with fine not exceeding five hundred rupees or with imprisonment of either description for a term not exceeding six months or with both such fine and imprisonment.

THE INJURED PERSONS (MEDICAL AID) ACT 2004

“Injured person” means a person injured due to traffic accident, assault or any other cause who is in need of an immediate treatment-Where an injured person is brought to a hospital, he shall be provided medical aid without delay on priority basis over all other medico-legal formalities-No police official or officer shall interrupt or interfere during the period an injured person is under treatment in a hospital except with the written permission of the Incharge of the hospital.

THE DEFAMATION ORDINANCE 2002

Where defamation shall be proved to have occurred, the Court may pass order directing the defendant to tender an apology, if acceptable to the plaintiff, and publish the same in similar manner and with the same prominence as the defamatory statement made and pay reasonable compensatory damages as general damages with a minimum of Rs.50,000/-  and in addition thereto, any special damage incurred that is proved by the plaintiff to the satisfaction of the Court