Minar-e-Pakistan harassment suspect pleads not guilty
Tiktoker Rambo, one of the suspects in the Minar-e-Pakistan harassment case, claimed he was innocent and being unlawfully detained in his bail plea submitted to a Lahore Additional District and Session court on October 19.
Judge Akhlaq Ahmed on Saturday, October 23 heard the plea filed by six suspects: Rambo, Mansab Ali, Mohammad Bilal, Mohsin Ali, Muhammad Hussain and Zafar Ali.
Rambo, who is a friend and co-creator of the victim, Ayesha Akram, was arrested on October 8 after Akram had accused him of making objectionable videos of her and blackmailing her.
CJP vows to protect religious minorities
Supreme Court Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed on Saturday assured members of the Hindu community during a Navratri programme held at the Shiv Temple within the Hyderabad circuit house that he has a constitutional duty to ensure that religious minorities are protected in Pakistan.
He related that he has heard a number of cases related to temples and properties of minority Pakistanis, and that the issue of the Hyderabad circuit house temple will also be looked into.
Four arrested for child porn
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)’s Cybercrime Wing has arrested four men in Sukkur for producing and uploading a pornographic video involving a minor boy.
A case was registered on October 22, following which Sukkur police conducted a raid and nabbed Muhammad Qasim, Haybat Khan, Shahid Hussain and Faraz Sheikh. Two of the accused had shot and appeared in the video with the boy, while the remaining two had shared the video on social media. Police have confiscated their electronic devices and sent them for forensics.