Today Rehman Malik, minister interior, announced on his twitter that federal cabinet has approved his proposal for unblocking Facebook and Youtube while banning access to only blasphemous URLs.

But on otherhand after Facebook’s decision for not banning blasphemous page, around 300,000 out of 2.3 million users in Pakistan have deleted their accounts.

These stats were first mentioned by Adnan Ali on Twitter, and later confirmed by various advertising agencies who are given number of users in the country for their ad campaigns.

It merits mentioning here that internet users can’t access Facebook after it was banned in the country.

We have heard people demanding to unblock Facebook for one day so that they can copy their important data and then delete their accounts forever.

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