Civil disobedience: Mixed reaction seen on Twitter

Mixed reaction seen on TwitterFollowing the announcement of civil disobedience movement by PTI chairman Imran Khan on late Sunday, a strong reaction was seen on different platforms of social media.
Several politicians and analysts tweeted about the decision taken by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf along with the ultimatum of 48 hours given to the government.
In his address, the PTI chief announced to launch civil disobedience movement and asked the public not to pay their utility bills and taxes.
State Minister for Water and Power Abid Sher Ali clarified that there would be no electricity if the public wouldn t pay the bill. Maryam Nawaz Sharif said that even Quaid-e-Azam never launched such movement against the British Raj.

One of the media analysts Ansar Abbasi also slammed PTI.

Meanwhile, Talat Hussain questioned as to why other party members couldn t stop Imran Khan from giving a call for civil disobedience.

There were a large number of people who also supported Imran Khan’s latest move against the government. One of the activists questioned as to why the public should only pay bills especially when the Sharif’s weren t.

One of the expatriats tweeted that he was not going to transfer any money until the PM resigned.

People also said that it was a very clever move on part of Imran Khan as it has been covered by international media, thus, building pressure on PML-N government.

A PTI supporter tweeted as to how he has become part of Imran Khan s movement.

Another person criticized the government for not providing the masses with basic necessities.

Few people also thought that media was against Azadi March.


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