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First the news of Don Dawood being poisoned, now internet halted in Pakistan

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Internet halted in Pakistan after poisoning of Dawood

Islamabad: These days political activities are intense in Pakistan. Elections are to be held here in February 2023. The Election Commission of Pakistan has also announced this. Meanwhile, there are reports of internet being disrupted across Pakistan. Earlier, it was claimed that someone had poisoned India’s most wanted criminal and underworld don Dawood Ibrahim. After this he was admitted to a hospital in Karachi, where his condition is said to be critical.

Although no official confirmation yet

However, the news of Dawood being poisoned has not been officially confirmed yet. But there are talks on social media that he was poisoned. Meanwhile, reports of internet being shut down in many parts of Pakistan started coming. Some people also linked it to the news about Dawood. However, it is being told that the Pakistan government had taken this step regarding the virtual rally of Imran Khan.

Imran Khan’s rally was to be held on Sunday night

According to the information, a rally of the entire Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was to be held on Sunday night. This rally was to be virtual. The government feared that this might worsen the atmosphere in many places in the country. Therefore, just before Imran Khan’s rally, the internet was shut down, due to which people could not connect to the rally. However, the net was slowed down at many places, due to which there was a lot of difficulty in streaming this rally.

Social media platforms also closed in many cities

According to Pakistani media, there was difficulty in accessing many social media platforms in many cities including Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad after 8 pm on Sunday night. Apart from this, complaints were also made about internet not working at many places. However, even after this the problem was not resolved. However, no information was given by the government or the Department of Telecommunications regarding this.

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