Islamabad: Islamabad police have apologized for submitting a case in opposition to Cynthia de Richie, a U.S. citizen, for making allegations in opposition to Benazir Bhutto, saying the case Under the Cyber Crimes Act, the FIA should register a case.
Additional Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry heard the petition of PPP activist Waqas Abbasi within the Sessions Court Islamabad by which it was acknowledged that Cynthia de Richie had dedicated an inviolable crime by making allegations in opposition to Benazir Bhutto. Applied however no case is being registered.
Police officers from Bani Gala police station appeared on the courtroom discover and informed the courtroom that the allegation was made on social media and it turns into a case of FIA. It shouldn’t be inside our jurisdiction to register a case on social media.
The petitioner's counsel informed the courtroom that the police can file a case solely on the pretext that the police have the facility to register a case below sections 500 and 505. Additional Sessions Judge Zeba Chaudhry sought an in depth reply from the police and adjourned the case until June 17.