FIA arrests two Faisalabadis for driving a girl from the US to suicide

Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has arrested two people residing in Faisalabad.

FIA arrests two Faisalabadis for driving a girl from the US to suicide

Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has arrested two people residing in Faisalabad. This action came after a girl in the United States (US) was driven to suicide because of ‘obscene content’ that the two culprits shared.

According to the agency, the suspects blackmailed the girl by sharing ‘inappropriate content’ concerning her with her class fellows. The arrested individuals connected with the teen on social media and got her photos and videos. The US embassy has requested for the suspects to be prosecuted.

Another FIA case

Prior to this, FIA arrested a man named Muhammad Anwar for child pornography and blackmailing a young boy in Quetta.

The 16-year-old victim was a resident of Pashtoonabad, and Anwar used to work with him at a shop that sells car accessories. He raped the victim and recorded a video of him changing his clothes. Then, the culprit started to blackmail him with the clip.

The assailant then forced the victim to indulge in sexual acts with his two friends and threatened to leak his video online. The victim submitted an application against the criminal to FIA.

Deputy Director of FIA, Ahmed Zaeem put together an investigation team and arrested Anwar from the shop. The authority seized his mobile phone and he confessed to all of his crimes.

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