Marriyum Aurangzeb, the Government Reverend for Infomation, declared slang language and slang slogans against PM Nawaz Sharif on social media as cybercrime.
While talking to media in Islamabad, Marriyum said, if anyone start or run any campaign against Prime Minster Namwaz Sharif and his family, he would be charged according to cybercrime rules and regulations.
She said “While the Panamagate case is still in process, there was a lot being said about it on the media and social media sites, and no activity of any kind was taken against it.”
She involved “However, in the past weeks while the judge has properly secured its judgment, a propaganda strategy has been taken out on public networking, and people have been holding out this strategy in an effort to impact the judge.”
According to the minister, comments like “if the judgment is for of the PM, then rights has lost” were an make an effort to pressurize the judge.
For that very purpose, the government govt plans on trying anyone holding out propaganda against the PM and his close relatives.
She stated that this is not governmental vengeance and should not be looked at governmental victimization.
PTI & Imran Khan to be Charged Under Cyber Crime Law
The govt has also made a decision to act against Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chair Imran Khan and the governmental party’s management under cybercrime law.
According to the Information Minister, the party has been trying to impact the Supreme Court’s decision and harm the Primary Minister’s popularity by using social media and making people offended of Nawaz Sharif.
Marriyum Aurangzeb said “We will definitely act against the PTI leadership”.
The minister was of the perception that Imran Khan’s celebration had no validation in objecting against the activity. She involved that work is being done in planning a situation against the PTI management under both, online criminal activity and attorney rules. Marriyum Aurangzeb was pretty clear on her viewpoint that PTI management are also in disregard of the judge.
Cyber Crime law was intensely belittled for this very purpose when it was approved last year. IT market, municipal community and digital activists regarded it would be used politically by all government authorities to control the public networking and is an act against primary human privileges.
Minister of information’s unexplained and undefined term like “negative propaganda” could include anything from discuss an image to an article revealing a person’s viewpoint on the matter, clearly in breach of primary privileges of open conversation.