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Why was the Bollywood film clip shared by PM Imran Khan on Instagram taken down?

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 Prime Minister Imran Khan. — Instagram
  • PM’s focal individual on digital media says clip was eliminated throughout routine high quality test.
  • The focal individual says clip was posted by a member of the workforce that operates PM’s account.
  • The clip was taken from a Bollywood film Inquilaab (1984).

A Bollywood film clip was shared from Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Instagram account yesterday (Tuesday); nevertheless, after just a few hours, it was taken down.

A screenshot of the publish, later taken down by the prime minister.

Issuing a clarification on the matter, the premier’s focal individual on digital media, Dr Arsalan Khalid, instructed BBC Urdu on Wednesday {that a} routine high quality management test — that takes place after few hours — led to the deletion of the clip.

Khalid mentioned it was posted by a member of the workforce operating the account because the scenes within the clip “accurately reflected the current situation and the restlessness of the Opposition”.

The focal individual mentioned whereas the premier publishes tweets himself, on Instagram, he publishes some posts himself, whereas others are put up by a workforce on his behalf.

The clip, taken from the film Inquilaab (1984), reveals a gathering by members of a political occasion hatching a plan to destabilise the federal government.

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