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Police registers FIR against social media page owners for spreading blasphemous content

Islamabad Police has registered a blasphemy case against the unidentified persons who are involved in running the blasphemous content on social media.

The FIR referred to the unidentified accused who ran the pages like Bheinsa, Roshni, and Mochi on social media.

“The said pages were not only spitting venom against state institutions but also committing contempt against the Holy Prophet (PBUH),” FIR read.

“The derogatory content against Islam and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has hurt the sentiments of 200 Million Pakistani Muslims and committed crime under section 295-C, 295-A, and 298-A.” It further said.

Islamabad Police registers FIR against Blasphemy pages on social media

Islamabad Police has registered the FIR after Islamabad High Court ordered to incriminate the admins of the Facebook pages Bheinsa, Roshni and Mochi for running blasphemous content.

Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui also ordered the Interior Minister Ch. Nisar Ali Khan to appear before the court regarding the case of blasphemous content on social media.

He also asked Interior minister to take action against this evil and even block the entire social media in Pakistan if necessary.

Earlier, Pakistan had also banned the Youtube in 2012 after the release of contemptuous film against the Holy Prophet (PBUH);

Justice Shaukat Siddiqui has also ordered to put the names of admins on ECL (Exit control List).

In January, few bloggers were also abducted for allegedly spreading the blasphemous content on social media, a Twitter campaign against them had also followed.

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