Pakistan TikTok: There has been a controversy about Tiktok in Pakistan for a long time. Time and again this app is also banned. The ministers here also consider Tiktok to be very important and now the President has also joined it.
The President of Pakistan came on Tiktok (Pakistan’s President Arif Alvi on TikTok)
Pakistan’s President on TikTok: There has been a ruckus not only in India but in many countries of the world regarding the video sharing app Tiktok. Tiktok has been banned many times in Pakistan. However, this restriction is also removed from time to time. But now a shocking news has come out from the neighboring country of Pakistan itself. President Arif Alvi here has joined this famous video making app. He himself has confirmed this on his official Instagram account.
He has also made a video of himself and posted it on Twitter and announced that now he has come on Tiktok. He has also told the hidden purpose behind it. Arif Alvi said that he will spread the message of positivity among the young people of Pakistan by making the video. The President of Pakistan has said on the Twitter account, ‘The President of Pakistan has now come to TikTok. We will post motivational videos to spread the message of positivity and inspiration among the youth of Pakistan.
Sindh High Court had banned
This news has come to the fore at a time when the Sindh High Court had banned the app earlier this month. Later this decision was reversed. During the hearing, the petitioner lawyer had demanded that the app be banned. He also said that the Peshawar High Court had also banned Tiktok because many videos posted on this platform were “immoral and against the teachings of Islam”. Were. The lawyer said that his client had approached the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) before moving the court, but it (PTA) did nothing in this regard.
Information minister furious over the ban
When the Sindh High Court banned Tiktok, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary was also furious. He warned on Twitter that Pakistan will face consequences if it does not take judicial reforms (Arif Alvi on TikTok). Chaudhry wrote in his tweet, ‘If judicial reforms are not done, then Pakistan will never be able to come out of the economic crisis. I am shocked by the decision to ban TikTok and remove NBP president: What are our courts doing?’
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