She said in Pakistan vote bank belonged to PML-N.
Until the regulatory body decides the complaints, no alleged "anti-judiciary speeches" gave by PML-N leaders will be allowed to be aired during this two-weeks period, the court ruled.
"PEMRA has also been directed by the LHC to strictly monitor TV channels with regard to airing any anti-judiciary speeches/remarks and submit a report after 15 days", a court official told PTI.
Sharif called for an end to muzzling media and individuals.
When the court asked the regulatory body why it had dismissed the petitions, Pemra's counsel Salman Akram Raja said the allegations against the government agency were baseless. "Instead of taking action, Pemra sought advice from judiciary".
"It's guaranteed by the constitution, though within certain limits".
The ousted premier said Pakistan belonged to everyone equally and every citizen had the same rights.
"It can't be that anyone out there goes about denouncing judicial matters and decisions in the name of fair criticism", he remarked, adding that it would make sense for an expert or lawyer to dwell on judicial matters but not everyone can be allowed to do so.
"Meanwhile in a statement, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Maryam Nawaz said 25 years had passed since Nawaz Sharif delivered a historic speech in which his words "I will never take the dictation" changed the political history as well as social behaviors".
The petitioners pleaded with the court to initiate contempt of court proceedings against Sharif and his daughter and restrain them from maligning the judiciary.