More than 100 million people have tweeted “Imported Hakumat Na-Manzoor,” which means “Imported government is not acceptable.” This has made it the most popular trend on Twitter ever. Many people are using this trend to say that Pakistan has been a success at changing its government.
In the last few years, social media has become the main thing people are interested in. It’s important to point out here that “engagement” refers to how many people interact with a tweet or a post.
‘Imported Hakumat Namanzoor’ Is the Biggest Twitter Trend of All Time.
Many people have used the Twitter hashtag “ImranKhan,” which has been tweeted many times. This is another popular hashtag for social media, especially on Twitter. The hashtag got a lot of attention in other countries, like Turkey. A hashtag started soon after Prime Minister Imran Khan was removed from office. An hour after midnight, the opposition voted to remove the Prime Minister. They only had enough votes to do so by two, so they did it. On many occasions, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the voice of no-confidence is a foreign-funded plan. During a rally in Islamabad on March 27, it was the first time he said that in a speech to the people there.
PM Khan waved a piece of paper in front of the public on March 27, during the no-confidence vote. He said it was part of a “foreign conspiracy” to bring down his government. The letter quickly sparked a public debate, with some people taking the prime minister’s word for it while others, including some well-known journalists and opposition parties, said there was no letter.