FIA’s Cyber Crime Wing arrests two for cyberstalking a girl

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  • The girl was repeatedly being harassed by her neighbor who was in possession of many obscene pictures and videos of the victim girl.
  • Cyber-bullying haunts the new generations increasing the social and mental dilemmas of the victims and their families, especially in the patriarchal society.
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Photo credit Dawn.

Terrorism overhauls the current global scenario and owes its existence in a variety of forms. Cyber-bullying or cyber- terrorism haunts the new generations clicking the fact that technology does have many serious repercussions and this particular one is increasing the social and mental dilemmas of the victims and their families especially in the patriarchal society like that of Pakistan.

Many cases of cyber-terrorism including pornography, child-pornography, harassment of victims via social media, threatening and blackmailing of victims have been reported countrywide and in the backdrop of just another such incident Cyber wing of Federal Investigation Agency of Pakistan claimed this Thursday to have taken into custody two suspects who were cyber-bullying a girl in Karachi.

The girl whose father stated in a complaint that the suspects were allegedly cyber-stalking and blackmailing his daughter. “The FIA team led by the Inspector Naeem Awan and a lady sub-inspector arrested two suspects named Taha Khan and Shees Ali Khan,” Dawn quoted Cyber Crime Wing’s Deputy Director Abdul Ghafoor as saying.

The First Information Report (19/2019) has been registered against the suspects under Section 20, 21, and Section 24 of the Pakistan Electronic Crimes Act 2016 and several inclusions have also been made the part of FIR from the Pakistan Penal Code.

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The girl was repeatedly being harassed by her neighbor who was in possession of many obscene pictures and videos of the victim girl. He not only threatened the girl with that videos and pictures but also shared them in many groups on social media.

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