With the National Assembly set to vote on a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, the YouTube channel of the Prime Minister’s office has been renamed to “Imran Khan.” The “about” section of the channel shows that it was created in 2019, then it does raise a question as to why party activists were running an official account of the country’s top-most office.
The channel has speeches of the premier and all the activities he has been carrying out since as PM. However, it was created a year after the PM was elected to office.
General Manager of the Digital Media Wing of the Government of Pakistan, Imran Ghazali, said that the wing “only manages” the Twitter and Facebook accounts of the Prime Minister’s office and distanced his department from the YouTube channel.
PTI’s social media head Jibran Ilyas said that he has only changed the name of the channel, not the URL. The social media team of the PTI has not responded on the matter.
Source: Geo TV
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