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Pakistan Bans Social Media After Violent Protest | Civil unrest intensifies; Pakistan bans social media

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Islamabad: Following the escalation of the civil unrest, social media (Social media) Pakistan banned. WhatsApp, YouTube, Twitter, Telegram and Facebook services have been canceled. The ban came into effect from 11 am today. There is a strong agitation against the government in Pakistan. Taliban (Taliban) The government claims that the violence is being carried out with support.

It has been decided to ban social media till 4 pm. The protest is being led by an organization called TEL. The protest then turned into an agitation. Large-scale violence also erupted in several places.

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The head of the TEL organization was taken into custody. The government also said the organization was banned. The ban on social media was imposed in view of the possibility of a coup. The government released the information after the ban was imposed on social media. The Taliban (Taliban) The government claims that the protesters are carrying out violence with their support.

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