CTD in action after threats to elected representatives in Sindh
KARACHI: The Counter-Terrorism Division (CTD) of Sindh Police has sprung into motion after threats issued to 8 elected representatives in Sindh and misuse of virtual media.
A distinct committee, comprising officers from the CTD, Federal Investigation Company (FIA) and intelligence businesses, has summoned a gathering of representatives of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), cell phone and web services and products suppliers on Wednesday.
Resources knowledgeable Geo Information complete motion has been initiated in view of misuse of virtual media, anti-state propaganda on social networking internet sites and imaginable safety threats to elected representatives.
On this regard, Further IG CTD and Particular Department Sindh Sanaullah Abbasi chaired a key assembly on Tuesday, which officers from involved departments in presence.
Resources stated the assembly reviewed safety threats to elected representatives in Sindh, in view of an assassination strive in Inner Minister Ahsan Iqbal in Narowal, Punjab.
The assembly used to be one by one briefed on threats issued to 8 elected representatives by means of banned outfits and different organisations, in step with resources.
Consistent with Further IG Sanaullah Abbasi, officers would speak about position of PTA, cell phone and web services and products suppliers in regards to virtual media and a long term coverage in Wednesday’s assembly.
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