An anti-terrorism Court (ATC) on Friday gave more than three suspects for posting blasphemous content on social media to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for seven days for their claimed association in distributing disrespectful substance via web-based networking media. Portable workstations recuperated from the ownership of the three people were sent for legal tests.
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Amid the remand hearing, ATC Judge Kausar Abbas Zaidi guided specialists to display the suspects in the following hearing with an examination report.
Prior, for a situation at the Islamabad High Court (IHC), Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui on Wednesday uncovered that the court would take a choice on regardless of whether web-based social networking stages which have ungodly substance ought to be prohibited amid the following becoming aware of that case on March 27.
The court, while hearing a case relating to the scattering of the profane substance through online networking, additionally asked the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to present its most recent discoveries in such manner as a give an account of March 27. Amid the hearing, the FIA DG educated the court that they have finished their request and have likewise enrolled a case.
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One suspect was also arrested on suspicion of sharing and spreading blasphemous content via social media, the FIA DG informed the court. “A mobile phone and a laptop have also been recovered from the suspect’s possession which now rests with forensic officials,” said the FIA official while giving additional details of the arrest.