The social media trend “Imported Hakumat Na-manzoor,” which roughly translates to “Imported government, unacceptable,” has become the most popular trend on all social media platforms. The trend is being used across several social media platforms to condemn the “successful regime change conspiracy” and against foreign interference in Pakistan.
The social media trend has been used by over 5.5 million times and received engagement. It is pertinent to mention that engagement essentially means the total number of times a user has interacted with a tweet or a post. This includes all clicks anywhere on the Tweet (including hashtags, links, avatars, username, and Tweet expansion), retweets, replies, follows, and likes.
Impressive crowds in main cities of #Pakistan . Also protests by #PTI supporters in some cities of the UK. Seems like @ImranKhanPTI had successfully created an impact even in his ouster as PM. What next now? #PTIprotest #ImportedGovtNotAcceptable has become an active trend. pic.twitter.com/Hp1RNfDCXz
— Fereehaidrees@abbtakk (@Fereeha) April 10, 2022
Only on Twitter the hashtag “Imported government, unacceptable” has potentially been tweeted more than three million times. The potential reach of the hashtag is estimated at around 8.2 billion.
Another hashtag that has been trending on social media platforms, especially Twitter, is “ImranKhan,” which has been tweeted more than 472 thousand times. The hashtag received widespread popularity in other countries as well, most notable of which was the popularity it gained in Turkey.
The hashtag started soon after Prime Minister Imran Khan was ousted from his position as the chief executive. With just two votes over the requisite number of votes required to pass the motion, the opposition dismissed the Prime Minister an hour after midnight. Prime Minister Imran Khan has repeatedly claimed the vote of no-confidence motion to be a foreign-funded conspiracy. The first time he ever made such a comment was in his address to a protest in Islamabad on 27 March.
It is pertinent to mention that Imran Khan, amidst the no-confidence motion, PM Khan on 27 march, waved a piece of paper in front of the public during the power showdown, claiming it to be part of a “foreign conspiracy” hatched to topple his government. The letter immediately sparked a debate among the public, with some taking the prime minister’s word while others denied the existence of any such a letter, including some seasoned journalists and the opposition parties.
The letter immediately sparked a debate among the public, with some taking the prime minister’s word while others denied the existence of any such a letter, including some seasoned journalists and the opposition parties.
As the Prime Minister was ousted, massive protests were held across Pakistan last night to denounce the ouster of former PM Imran Khan. The protestors decried the incoming government, chanting slogans of ‘Imported Government Unacceptable.’