A Pakistani social media activist, a journalist Muhammad Bilal Khan has been killed by the unknown gunmen in the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad, on Sunday night.
According to the details of the incident, Bilal was gunned down near Gol Masjid along with his cousin, who was later identified as Ehtisham at PIMS Hospital. As per the details, the law enforcement agencies have seized his mobile phone for further investigation.
Muhammad Bilal Khan was the student of Islamic University Islamabad and has a huge number of followers on the social media.
Bilal played a very active role on the social media in the favor of a campaign related to ‘Tahafuz-e-Namoos-e-Sihaba’—a movement to protect the honor of the Sihaba Ikram of the beloved prophet Muhammad (PBUH) — in the past days.
A US-based News agency, the New York Times trying to convince its audience that Muhammad Bilal Khan was killed due to his Tweet against the newly appointed chief of the Pakistan spy agency ISI, which is totally wrong.
“The attack took place hours after Khan bluntly criticized the newly appointed spy Chief Lt. Gen. Faiz Hameed, who had previously worked as the head of internal security at Pakistan’s intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence,” The New York Times said in a report.
The media agency trying to convince its readers that if anyone in Pakistan speak against the intelligence agency of Pakistan, he/she will be killed within no time, which is totally a wrong point of view by one of world’s top news agencies.
However, the capital police has started the investigation in to the incident.