A Man filed complaint against Tik Tok on PM’s portal and government; decided to Ban it in Pakistan
A man filed a complaint against the internet based life application TikTok on Pakistan Citizen Portal set up by the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan.
The man, the occupant of Nowshera, tired of the rage of TikTok and encouraged the administration to make a move against the application. The man requested the administration driven by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to boycott TikTok in the nation as he named it to be a ‘social sick’.
After the grumbling has been recorded, the Pakistan Citizen Portal made the move and immediately sent that grievance to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) for further procedures.
TikTok is an online networking application that individuals use for making and sharing recordings. It was propelled back in September 2016 and enabling its clients to make melodic, move, satire, lip-adjust and different sorts of 15-second recordings.
According to the ongoing details, presently, TikTok has in excess of 500 million clients from 150 nations. The application is accessible on Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store.