Yes, the Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok ban has been lifted in Pakistan by PTA.
The popular video app that allows its members to post short videos with musical effects was removed from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store and imposed an interim ban on the app.
Today, The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) said in a statement that the app has been unblocked in the country which was banned on October 9 for failing to filter out "immoral and indecent" content.
TikTok is being unlocked after assurance from management that they will block all accounts repeatedly involved in spreading obscenity and immorality.— PTA (@PTAofficialpk) October 19, 2020
TikTok will moderate the account in accordance with local laws.
The telecom regulator had said that the decision to ban the app was taken after the authority received several "complaints from different segments of the society against immoral and indecent content on the video-sharing application.
“TikTok is being unlocked after assurance from management that they will block all accounts repeatedly involved in spreading obscenity and immorality,” read the PTA statement. "TikTok will moderate the account under local laws," they added.