TikTok Ban In Pakistan Is Due To Immoral Content

Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan Shahbaz Gill said that the video-sharing app TikTok ban in Pakistan is due to immoral content.

The Pakistan government has disclosed the main reason for TikTok ban in Pakistan.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan Shahbaz Gill said that the video-sharing app TikTok banned in Pakistan is due to immoral content.

Shahbaz Gill said that some parents had complained to the Prime Minister Imran Khan about the indecent content uploaded on the app.

He said that discussions were underway with the TikTok administration to formulate a code of conduct. If the TikTok administration adheres to the ethical rules, the app will be restored in Pakistan, told Gill.

Earlier in the day, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry has decided to write a letter to the Prime Minister on the ban on TikTok, a Chinese video-sharing app, in Pakistan.

According to the details, Fawad Chaudhry said that the decision to ban TikTok will put an end to Pakistan’s technology.

Chaudhry further said that he would request the Prime Minister, Imran Khan, not to ban technology.

“We are focusing more on digital technology,” said Fawad.

Originally published at BOL

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