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Boycott media campaign launches in Pakistan following Imran Khan reported ban on national media 

Boycott media campaign launches in Pakistan following Imran Khan reported ban on national media 

 

By The South Asia Times 

 

ISLAMABAD - Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s supporters have launched a nationwide campaign to boycott Pakistani media after his lawyer said that the government reportedly banned Khan’s coverage on national media.

So far, in the “Boycott” trend, over 98,000 people took part, asking people to boycott from watching Pakistani TV channels. 

 

“Pakistanis should disconnect Cable connections for few months, until all news channels decide to do fair journalism. Also Pakistanis must boycott all products/services/businesses related with Establishment + PDM,” Zeshan, a social media user tweeted.

 

Khan’s lawyer and former Law Minister Babar Awan said reports are coming that government asked all TV channels to stop coverage of Khan and even no one will be allowed to show his picture on the screen. 

 

Khan is still enjoying most popular politician in the South Asian country despite an ongoing crackdown against his party and supporter as according to Khan over 10,000 of his workers and leaders are currently in prison. 

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