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PTI Website Blocked in Pakistan Before Elections

PTI Website Blocked in Pakistan Before Elections 2024.

PTI’s Official Website Blocked in Pakistan Ahead of Elections

In a significant setback for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), their official website ‘’ has been blocked within weeks of the upcoming general elections.

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The party, led by Imran Khan, expressed deep concerns, urging authorities to provide an explanation for the sudden restriction.

With less than two weeks left for the elections, PTI raised suspicions, claiming that federal authorities were behind the website’s blockage.

Following the loss of its electoral symbol ‘bat,’ PTI now faces additional challenges as it enters the polls with independent candidates and encounters limited access to its website, only accessible through a VPN.

PTI voiced its concerns on Twitter, specifically addressing interim information minister Murtaza Solangi, IT minister Umar Saif, and the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA).

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As Pakistan gears up for the upcoming general elections, the official website of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), ‘,’ faces a blockage, leading the party to demand an explanation from government officials.

The party’s official Twitter handle directed inquiries to government members, seeking clarification on the sudden restriction.

Notably, the website blockage aligns with countrywide internet disruptions during PTI’s virtual rallies on December 17, 2023, and January 7, 2024.

The government attributed these disruptions to technical issues, emphasizing glitches and system upgrades as the causes.

Despite these challenges, the Sindh High Court has ruled against any further internet shutdowns in Pakistan leading up to the elections.

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