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Pakistan has determined to develop a world-class social networking app with state-of-the-art safety features, which is able to embody all fashionable communication options together with messages, voice calls and movies.

It is going to be developed by the Ministry of Info Know-how and IT specialists.

The federal government has began consultations for the aim and after approval from the federal cupboard, work on the undertaking will begin.

Federal Minister for Info Know-how Aminul Haq informed The Categorical Tribune that the ministry had determined to create a social networking app for the comfort of the individuals on the nationwide degree.

The customers will be capable of register with the app utilizing their cellular and CNIC numbers.

Amongst different options, the app would guarantee full safety of the individuals’s information and messages whereas the person’s private data is not going to be shared as effectively.

Within the first part, it is going to be launched in main cities after being developed on an experimental foundation, after which its scope will likely be widened.

In response to IT minister, work on the event of this social networking app will begin quickly.

We are going to attempt to launch this social networking app this 12 months, Aminul Haq mentioned, including that guidelines for using app will likely be made sooner or later.

The ministry and native IT specialists will quickly begin work on the event of this communication app, he added.

In response to the minister, the app will likely be a serious revolution within the IT sector and can enhance employment alternatives.

This social communication app will likely be ruled below the Ministry of IT, he mentioned.

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