As we know the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has banned the TikTok social media application, the TikTik heroes have turned zero in just a blink of an eye. As per the details, PTA has taken action according to the complaints specifically focused on the way TikTok has been “promoting obscenity”. It is also taken into consideration that the videos shared on TikTok “do not meet the moral standards of the society.” Amid the ban on the app, it is important to know how the TikTok stars with a huge fan following are taking this action. Here we have got the details!
In view of number of complaints from different segments of the society against immoral/indecent content on the video sharing application TikTok, pic.twitter.com/Vmp5umixeL
— PTA (@PTAofficialpk) October 9, 2020
How TikTok Stars are Taking Ban on the App?
TikTok has given an opportunity to a number of talented individuals to come up with their entertainment packages and thus they got famous. One of the biggest TikTok stars is Jannat Mirza who has the highest number of followers. She reached a milestone of 10 million followers and then PTA declared a ban on the application.
Jannat Mirza has urged her fans to watch her content by finding other ways apart from the TikTok application. As per the latest reports, Jannat is currently in Japan and she has TikTok working smoothly there on her phone.
Another among the famous TikTok stars, Alishbah Anjum expressed her views in a video while saying, “TikTok Nahin Rahay…”
Mustafa Ali Shah also made a video with the same comment and shared it on social media.
Moreover, Umer Butt also shared the news of banning the TikTok application on his Instagram story.
Aiman Zaman posted a video on YouTube to explain how TikTok served as a platform for a number of talented individuals. She added that TikTok aimed to give voice to the opinions of many who did not have access to other platforms.
The action was mandatory against obscene content but directly banning TikTok is not the solution. There must be a proper way to sort out immoral content from the decent.
The content creators have no boundaries if they are promoting obscene content. This is because they can share it through any other social media platform as well. So, it is mandatory for PTA to find any other solution to controlling the spread of inappropriate content.