TikTok expressed disappointment that its users and creators in Pakistan were still unable to access the video-sharing platform.
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) banned TikTok on Friday, October 9.
PTA said the step was taken after the authority received a large number of complaints from different segments of society against immoral and indecent content on TikTok.
Our mission is to inspire creativity and joy, and that’s just what we have done in Pakistan, said bY TikTok in a statement adding that it’s disappointed over the ban in Pakistan.
“We continue to hope that our productive dialogue with the PTA can bring assurance of the Government’s commitment to a stable, enabling environment whereby we can explore investing further in the market, including in the inspiring talent we’ve seen thrive on TikTok.”
TikTok Further Said, “If the Government of Pakistan decides to reopen access to our services in the future, we will certainly assess our allocation of resources to this market”.
TikTok spokesperson Said, When TikTok was banned in Pakistan, the Pakistani TikTok community was caught unawares. To many, the platform was their identity and their livelihood — an integral part of who they are and what they do.
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