KARACHI, Jan 13: The Sindh government imposed a ban on pillion riding on Sunday night.

The ban was imposed in view of the general unrest in the city because of protests over the Quetta incident and subsequent sit-ins staged in the city, said a senior law-enforcement official.

The ban on pillion riding will remain effective till further orders, he added.

Meanwhile, citing the same reason, the Private Schools Management Association also announced that all private schools and colleges in Karachi would remain closed on Monday.

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