In a surprising turn of events, social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, continue to remain inaccessible in Pakistan despite the restoration of internet services in the country.
This peculiar situation has left users puzzled and sparked concerns about the limitations on freedom of expression and access to information.
Following a temporary suspension of internet services for security reasons, the government of Pakistan recently announced the restoration of internet connectivity throughout the nation.
However, despite the resumption of internet services, popular social media applications have remained inaccessible for users across the country.
This unanticipated disruption has led to frustration among Pakistan’s netizens, who rely on these platforms for communication, social interaction, and staying updated with news and current affairs.
Many individuals, including businesses, content creators, and influencers, heavily depend on social media platforms as a means of promotion and engagement with their audiences.