Pakistanis faced slow internet services and disrupted social media sites as former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party held a virtual jalsa (conference) on Saturday night.
Internet monitoring site Netblocks reported massive disruption to social media platforms and the internet over the weekend as the PTI held virtual events ahead of the elections.
The post he shared read: Confirmed: Live indicators indicate nationwide disruption on social media platforms across #Pakistan including X/Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube is shown.
The incident occurred as persecuted opposition leader Imran Khan’s political party PTI began its second virtual meeting.
This incident was mentioned to have occurred when Imran Khan’s party PTI launched its second virtual jalsa.
Many people reported on social media that they were experiencing service delays.
Some said their internet worked better after enabling proxy services, while others harshly criticized the authorities.