Ridiculing martyrs shameful, horrible: PM

Ridiculing martyrs shameful, horrible: PM

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif

LAHORE — The denunciation of a social media campaign against Pakistani military martyrs continued on Sunday as the Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) cybercrime division registered an investigation and set up a commission to investigate the negative campaign.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said his social media campaign against the martyrs of the Pakistani army was not only shameful but horrific and urged the public to reflect on the issue.

On his official Twitter account, he wrote that his social media campaign to belittle and ridicule the victims of our martyrdom is appalling. He said such incidents occurred because stories “holier than you” were developed in the name of politics. Yes: They poison the minds of young people and weaponize hate speech. which direction are we going? he asked. The Prime Minister concluded that the moment requires deep thought.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, the FIA’s Cyber ​​Crime Division took action, registering an investigation, and he appointed a four-member commission to investigate negative propaganda on social media about the Pakistan Army helicopter crash. formed an association.

According to sources, a joint investigation team led by additional his GD cybercrime Muhammad Jafar, along with his three members including Operations Director Wakar Chohan, Additional Ayaz Director and Assistant Director Imran Haider formed. A few days ago, in Rasvera, Balochistan, a Puck military helicopter went missing during a relief operation in a flood-affected area. After several hours of searching, the wreckage of the helicopter was found in Musa Goth. His campaign of negativity was launched on social media after the helicopter crash, which the Pakistani military strongly condemned.

Various political leaders have also condemned the smear campaign. Pakistan Muslim League leader Quaid (PMLQ) and former Prime Minister Chaudhry Shujat Hussein condemned Sunday’s vicious campaign and said anti-military propaganda was unacceptable.

PMLQ chief executive shared his thoughts and said the Pak Army has always stood up for the country in all difficult times. The military has played an important role in restoring law and order to the country, he added.
The PMLQ chief also said the entire country mourned the loss of military personnel in his Lasbela incident. The former prime minister also urged politicians to put their political interests behind them in favor of the military.

Separately, Balochistan government spokeswoman Farah Azim Shah on Sunday condemned malicious campaigns against state institutions on social media as baseless and fabricated.

At her here press conference, she said that hate her mongers, who have been campaigning against the security services in her media on social media, are pursuing a hostile agenda. She said a national hero was martyred in the helicopter crash and that the victims will never be forgotten and that all the people of Balochistan will stand with the Pakistan Army to mourn the incident.

Carrying the message of the Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quds Bizenjo, he said that Pakistan faces major internal and external challenges that need to be addressed through national unity and harmony. She said CM Balochistan is ready to form a bridge between all political parties in Pakistan, as the need of the time is for her to unite the entire country on one platform.

Senator Saleem Mandviwala, leader of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), also called for an investigation into the social media campaign against the Pakistan Army. He said a political party continued propaganda against the Pakistani army, which was condemned. He suggested that the FIA ​​launch an investigation and uncover the facts behind the smear campaign.

Credit/Source : THENEWSPK

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