Court seeks response from FIA on filing case against Cynthia Richie – Express Urdu

The American blogger has leveled severe allegations towards the management of the Pakistan People's Party. Photo, Internet

Islamabad: The Sessions Court has requested the FIA ​​Cyber ​​Crime Wing to reply by June 9 on a request to file a case towards American journalist Sanhitya De Richie.

Islamabad Additional Sessions Judge Jahangir Awan heard the petition of PPP Islamabad President Shakeel Abbasi. In which it was said that the American journalist campaigned towards Benazir Bhutto on social media. According to the petitioner, the PTA ought to request the social media to delete the tweet and register a case with the FIA ​​on which no motion has been taken. The courtroom ought to difficulty orders to register the case. Earlier, Additional Sessions Judge Abida Sajjad had on June eight summoned the police for not registering a case on the request of Waqas Abbasi, a citizen.

Also learn: American woman accuses former Home Secretary Rehman Malik of abuse

It needs to be famous that American journalist and blogger Cynthia Richie in a video assertion on social media has accused PPP chief and former Interior Minister Rehman Malik of abusing her, along with former Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and former Federal Minister. Health Makhdoom Shahabuddin has additionally been charged with trespassing. Earlier, she had additionally leveled severe allegations towards the late PPP chairperson Benazir Bhutto.

The PPP management has denied the allegations made by the American lady and hinted at authorized motion. However, the PPP has approached the FIA ​​to lodge a grievance towards the allegations towards Benazir Bhutto.

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