Delegation of PML-N TikTokers met Maryam Nawaz Jati Umra

A delegation of PML-N TikTokers has met Maryam Nawaz at the Sharif’s Jati Umra residence. However, the agenda and other conclusions of the meeting were not disclosed but the TikTok stars were given official acknowledgement by the ruling political party.

Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) has seemingly realized the importance of the social media influencers as a delegation of TikTokers met the vice-president Maryam Nawaz at Jati Umra.


The recent meeting with TikTokers has given a message that the PML-N realised the importance of the social media platforms to project their narratives across the country instead of just focusing on the conventional media platforms.


Although, the PML-N has a strong social media cell like other political parties, however, the social media platforms are being ruled by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) for several years.

Ex-PM Imran Khan had also focused on digitalisation at the state level besides maintaining interactions with YouTubers and other social media influencers.

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The recent meeting with PML-N TikTokers was held after the former prime minister Imran Khan became the first-ever person who delivered a record address to 500,000 people on Twitter Space.

Before the Lahore rally, Imran Khan had delivered an online public speech using the social media platform, Twitter Space, to a massive audience.

It was a record-breaking session for any person on Twitter Space who addressed a massive audience of 500k. It was learnt that Khan’s Twitter Space hosted an online audience of 42,000 listeners in just five minutes. Earlier, a famous anchorperson Imran Riaz Khan had hosted 10,000 netizens on Twitter Space.


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