There are 1.9 million Twitter users in Pakistan, and since the beginning of this year, they've taken to the micro-blogging site in a big way to make their voices heard on topics like the country's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). They're also using the platform to honour the good guys, and wag their fingers at the bad guys.
While trying to sift through and follow a stream of 1.9 million people worth of tweets is an overwhelming task, New Statesman has done it, and has put together their list of suggested Pakistan-related tweeters to follow.
Here's the list:
Ali Dayan Hasan, Human Rights Watch: @AliDayan
Abbas Nasir, former editor of Dawn: @abbasnasir59
Shehrbano Taseer, humanitarian campaigner: @shehrbanotaseer
Omar Waraich, journalist: @OmarWaraich
Raza Rumi, journalist: @Razarumi
Majorly Profound, satirist: @majorlyprofound
Mohammed Hanif, award winning novelist: @mohammedhanif
George Fulton, television producer: @GeorgeFulton1
Nadeem Paracha, columnist and satirist: @NadeemfParacha
And here are two of our own additions:
While George visited Pakistan earlier this year, he interviewed Shehrbano Taseer, daughter of Pakistani businessman and politician Salmaan Taseer that was reportedly assassinated for his public support of amending controversial blasphemy laws in Pakistan.
You can watch the interview below: