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Showbiz figures who oppose the ban on TikTok

Various showbiz artists have reacted against the nationwide ban on the most popular app ‘TikTok’. The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) had a few days ago banned the nationwide video-sharing app TikTok for not removing inappropriate content. While some people are happy with the ban, others are angry. Some showbiz figures supported the ban and some artists didn’t like it.

 

Actor Muneeb Butt tweeted that Tik Tak has been banned, people had small joys, I am sorry for TikTok stars.

 

Leading host Iqrar al-Hassan, In his tweet, expressed reservations about the ban, saying “I did not have an account on TikTok and I do not intend to do so in the near future, but I still think that banning anything is not a problem.” If there is no solution, try to fix the flaws on any platform and not shut it down completely.

 

Model and actress Nadia Hussain sarcastically said in her tweet that you should forget the accused who killed innocent Zainab after rape in Charsadda, forget the rapist of the tragic incident of motorway, forget the killer of Marwa. Forget it all. But you just have to ban dramas, advertisements and TikTok because that is the biggest problem of our society. Hareem Shah also grieved the ban on TikTok, saying that banning anything is not the solution to the problem.

 

Yesterday, Yasir Hussain shared a tweet regarding the TikTok of private TV host Iqrarul Hassan in which Iqrar-ul-Hassan had said on the decision of PTA that banning anything is not the solution to the problem. We should try to fix the flaws on any platform and not shut it down completely.

Sharing this tweet, Yasir Hussain justified the statement of Aqarul Hassan and said, “Absolutely right, this is not the solution to the problem. We reduce the food of those who have a bad stomach and do not stop eating for everyone.