Partisan and religious savagery is not just constrained to particular ranges of Pakistan. The entire nation is being consumed in the fire of sectarianism. Individuals execute each other on the premise of partisan and religious differences. The death of Salman Taseer is a prime example of religious intolerance.
Online networking is another instrument individuals are utilizing to spread their hurtful partisan thoughts. A month ago, Police captured a man named Imran in an assault at a house in Mohallah Hussaini, Sargodha. It was uncovered that he was posting annoying partisan material via web-based networking media.
In the wake of being sentenced ATC (Anti-Terrorism Court) requested that the man will serve 13 years in prison. The judge Tariq Mehmood likewise forced a fine of Rs250,000.
Online networking media misuse can be tried through anti terrorism act
This is not the primary case that a man gets a prison sentence for posting destructive substance via web-based networking media. Already, a man from Peshawar additionally gets a 12-year imprisonment sentence for annoying a lady on social site.
Online harassment is rising in Pakistan as well as over the globe. Despise wrongdoings in America and India are likewise ascending because of individuals posting provocative material with respect to another person’s religion and race.
The Federal Investigation Department of Pakistan has as of late captured a lady from Sialkot for coercing a man via web-based networking media. It is likewise in real life against individuals who are posting remarks against Islam and military foundation. An online networking client has been given capital punishment for posting blasphemous substance via web-based networking media.
It would be worth specifying here that in endeavors to check the spread of online ungodly substance, Chaudhry Nisar has debilitated to end Facebook in the nation. In addition, Interior Minister, Chaudhary Nisar met with Facebook’s VP for Global Public Policy, Joel Kaplan, to talk about the expulsion of ungodly substance from Facebook.
We are to see the implementations of this in the near future.
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