SIALKOT: The Federal Investigation Company (FIA) on Saturday arrested a Pakistani lady for blackmailing actions on social media, which makes her the primary feminine to be taken into custody beneath the just lately-handed cyber-crime regulation.
The lady – Sadia Mirza – has been accused of blackmailing Ahsan Rana, a resident of London. Hassan Rana, the latter’s brother, filed the grievance and alleged that Mirza had despatched messages to Rana over social networking web site Fb, demanding cash.
As per the FIR, Mirza has been charged with “sending threatening, abusive, and lewd messages.”
The investigation and arrest have been undertaken by a workforce headed by Inspector Humaira Kanwal, and a case has subsequently been registered in response to the Prevention of Digital Crimes Act, 2016 – clauses 20 (1) and 24(b)(c).
Mirza has been shifted to the ladies part of the native police station on remand.
This improvement comes as a part of measures carried out by the federal authorities in an effort to regulate social media exercise in Pakistan.
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