Why does PTI want Doraemon banned? Pakistanis take a guess

The Japanese manga series revolves around a robotic cat named Doraemon and a young boy, Nobita


Entertainment Desk August 03, 2016
The Japanese manga series revolves around a robotic cat named Doraemon and a young boy, Nobita. PHOTO: FILE

After Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf submitted a first of its kind resolution in the Punjab Assembly calling for a ban on famous Japanese anime series Doraemon, Twitteratis have found it's newest target.

The Japanese manga series which is dubbed in Hindi for viewers in Pakistan and India, and revolves around a robotic cat named Doraemon, has been deemed inappropriate by PTI legislator, Malik Taimoor Masood.

PTI submits resolution against Japanese cartoon in Punjab Assembly

The announcement has created a full on war on Twitter under the hashtag #PTIvsDoraemon, and Pakistanis are trying to figure out what PTI has against anime.


Many took a dig at Imran Khan



Others found solace in sarcasm
https://twitter.com/PoorGooner/status/760779911376334848

Then there were more digs at Imran Khan...

https://twitter.com/bilalaslem/status/760776815858294784

https://twitter.com/NoorKKakar/status/760779062184992768


Some (like us) were completely clueless


But here's the simplest explanation that was offered:


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COMMENTS (15)

Paki | 4 years ago | Reply excuse plis, aint issues like power shortage, poverty, hunger, kids kidnappin in lahore to be solved by government?(oh I understand, people of pakistan have become almost desperate when it comes to expecting anythin from their gov, so they want everythin to be done by pti?) PTI is doing things assigned to them at its best
saman | 4 years ago | Reply I think the kidnapping of children in Lahore is a much more bigger issue than this !!!! it is more dangerous for children than doremon
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