The restriction on pillion ride was forced a day after prominent religious scholar Maulana Adil Khan and his driver were killed in Karachi.
Sindh had forced the restriction in Karachi for 30 days, referring to reports that targets killings in the city may rise and further worsen peace.
The Sindh government, hours in the wake of forcing a prohibition on pillion riding, pulled back its warning on Sunday.
As indicated by the home department, a re-evaluation of the city’s security circumstance was done, following which it was chosen the ban ought to be removed.
The earlier warning delivered by the home department, stated, “The additional IG Karachi has passed on that there are a few reports that criminals and unhappy components may upset the peace and make law and order issue in Karachi.”
The home division said that criminals may complete target killings and the ban was additionally forced as very currently couple of occurrences of hand grenade throwing and targeted on killings of personnel of law enforcing and religious scholars have been accounted for in the city.
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