Case registered in Faisalabad against Imran, other top PTI leaders over incident at Masjid-i-Nabwi – Pakistan

A blasphemy law case was registered in Faisalabad against PTI president Imran Khan, former Prime Minister Imran Khan and other dignitaries of the former government, in Faisalabad, days after pilgrims chanted slogans from the delegation and support of Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif. butterfly.

FIR, a copy of which is provided as follows. Serb.comSection 295 (harm or defilement of a place of worship with the intent of insulting religion), 295-A (intentional and malicious conduct intended to provoke the religious sentiments of a particular class by insulting religion or religious beliefs), 296 (disrupting religion) assembly) and section 109 of the Pakistani Criminal Code (fake).

The FIR registered complaints from Muhammad Naeem, a common citizen of Faisalabad, with key PTI leaders and colleagues Fawad Chaudhry, Shahbaz Gill, Qasim Suri, Sahibzada Jahangir, Aneel Musarrat and former Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed. Nominate. Rashid’s nephew, Sheikh Rashid Shafiq, was also named in the FIR.

According to the complainant, the incident at Masjid-i-Nabwi was carried out under “planned and planned plans and conspiracies”. He said his claims are supported by videos being shared on electronic and social media and speeches by certain PTI leaders.

He claimed that Imran Khan, Fawad Chaudhry, Sheikh Rashid, Shahbaz Gill and Qasim Suri were part of a conspiracy, which led other PTI leaders to lead delegations to Saudi Arabia to perform in the holy mosque, the contents of which were posted on social media. has been posted. Power socket.

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said there was no reason not to register lawsuits against those who violate the sanctity of Roza-i-Rasool (peace be upon him).

The minister added that the pilgrims were agitated according to the plan, and some had traveled from Britain to Saudi Arabia. “I can’t forgive what these people have done,” he said.

Later, at a press conference in Lahore with Attorney General Azam Nazeer Tarar, Sanaullah explained the need for an FIR, especially if people were not provided with a way to address issues related to religion and beliefs. If you use legal methods, you can handle the situation yourself.

He was confident that the investigation into the case would be just and conducted in accordance with the law and that the Prime Minister had given specific instructions in this regard.

Sanaullah criticized the PTI as “unfortunate” that the party members it blamed for the incident still did not blame the incident.

Regarding legal reservations made in connection with the FIR, he said he would consider.

Meanwhile, the Attorney General condemned the case and said he had been instructed by the Prime Minister to ascertain the legal status of the case. Tarar said the Pakistani Criminal Code and the Penal Code can punish individuals for their conduct abroad if it is a crime in Pakistan.

He also reiterated that investigations would be conducted on merit and that the federal government would instruct states not to take illegal action.

Tarar said it was the government’s job to strike a balance, confident that he would be the “last person” with human rights or legal violations.

FIR report ‘disgusting and disgusting’

In response to the news, former Minister Chaudhry said, “A series of FIRs have been ordered under the direction of the Ministry of Home Affairs, and we will fight.”

Former Human Rights Minister Sirin Mazari said in a series of tweets that he was not surprised by the “dirty trick” of registering a ‘fake FIR’ that Interior Minister Rana Sanaula described as a ‘shameless criminal’.

She said the move showed Shehbaz Sharif, whom she called “Crime Minister,” and “changing a conspiracy that is desperately changing because of the lack of legitimacy between states by his gang of con artists brought in by the US regime.”

Mazari also criticized the PPP and considered it “unfortunate” that “Dark Shadows continue to provide an invisible cloak of protection for such lesser criminal acts by those they choose.” She also tagged the Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Babar Iftikhar in her own tweet.

Awab Alvi, vice president of PTI’s Karachi chapter, said “blasphemy” [accusation] This is the beginning of a pathetic series of attacks on Imran Khan.”

“If they know him for a few years, nothing can damage his credibility,” he added.

Lawyer and human rights activist Jibran Nasir said the police “cannot register an FIR under 295-A for civil complaints and must instead file a complaint against a government order under section 196 of the Criminal Procedure Code.”

According to him, the FIR against Imran was either flawed or filed under government order.

Journalist Marvi Sirmed expressed his shock at the registration of a blasphemy case against Imran and described the move as “totally crazy”. She urged Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari not to do so.

Activist Ammar Ali Jan also did not approve the FIR, which accuses PTI leaders of blasphemy.

“It is unacceptable to use blasphemy charges to settle a political score,” he tweeted. “Politics should be based on ideological differences, not cynical religious manipulation. This will feed more extremists.” .

Economist Uzair Younus called the blasphemy against Imran “disgusting and abhorrent” and said “cynic abuse” of the law still continues in the country.

Madina incident happened ‘by order of Imran Khan’

Minister of Information Marriyum Aurangzeb blamed Imran directly for the events in Madina.

“You were the captain of the state of Madina, but you took the filth of your thoughts to Madina. [and] “You incited the people there to violence,” Aurangzeb said at a press conference in Islamabad.

She claimed that Imran misused Prophet’s Mosque for her own politics and asked, “What’s the advantage?”

“Instead, there are costs. [Holy] prophetic [PBUH] home,” he added.

Aurangzeb also denounced the PTI president for the arrests by Saudi authorities after the incident, saying that the public incited “violence and hatred” because of the immigrant while key facilitators were extradited to London.

“The whole plan for this was done by order of Imran Khan. I was there and saw firsthand the people (those acting on Imran’s orders) while they signaled and chanted slogans from Masjid-i-Nabwi.”

The intelligence secretary said the PTI president would soon learn the consequences of his actions.

Fawad says Sheikh Rashid’s nephew was ‘abducted’

Meanwhile, Chaudhry alleges that Shafiq was “abducted” at the airport. The statement came as media outlets reported that he had been arrested at Islamabad airport.

“So far his family has not received any information about his whereabouts,” Chaudhry tweeted, adding that the former Interior Minister had also been involved in a kidnapping attempt. “PTI strongly condemns this behavior.”

In a previous tweet, he said he believed an “import government” could surprise the public. “These fools are hastening their end.” He said.

Sheikh Rashid said in a statement that the government had forced revenge. He said, “After the case was received, a search and seizure is being conducted.

Late that day, Sheikh Rashid told reporters that everything that happened in the Holy Land was condemned.

But he stressed that even if the government arrests more of his nephews, that will not stop him from supporting Imran Khan.

He said the government would face its own actions head-on if the government continued to bring “false cases” against its opponents. In response to a question, Rashid said he thought May would be “dangerous” for the country.

‘Weaponization blasphemy’

The Pakistan Human Rights Commission has called for the case to be withdrawn immediately. “No government or political party can allow blasphemy charges to be weaponized against its competitors.”

The pilgrims are chanting slogans while blaming the federal minister, Prime Minister Shevaz.

On Friday, a group of Pakistani pilgrims scolded, ridiculed and chanted slogans at Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif and his aides in Madina’s Masjid Dinabwi during their three-day trip to Saudi Arabia, their first overseas trip since taking power. .

According to a video circulating on social media, Pakistani pilgrims gathered at the mosque were “seconds, seconds“As soon as you see the Prime Minister (thieves, thieves).

Another video showed pilgrims booing and using obscene language at Federal Ministers Marijum Aurangzeb and Shajain Bugti, while escorted by Saudi guards. Another video showed the pilgrim pulling Bugti’s hair from behind.

After the incident, the Saudi ambassador to Islamabad confirmed that some of the pilgrims had been arrested. The official said the protesters were detained on charges of “violating the rules” and “ignoring” the sanctity of the holy mosque.

Politicians and members of other religions quickly denounced the incident, but some blamed the PTI. Imran Khan said he “can’t even imagine” asking anyone he calls for slogans in the Holy Land.

“I’ve been talking about Islamophobia on every forum,” he said in an interview that will air on the first day of Eidul Fitr.

“I do this because I believe that your faith is not complete until you do not love the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). I cannot think of asking anyone to make a slogan in that sacred place. “The Prophet (PBUH) can also think.”