Cyber crime court reserves verdict on transferring video leak case to ATC – Pakistan

On Monday, a cybercrime court reserved its verdict on a petition filed by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) requesting to transfer the case involving the video of former accountability judge Muhammad Arshad Malik to an anti-terrorism court (ATC).

The FIA ​​prosecutor informed the court that terrorism clauses have been added to the charges against the judge, therefore, according to the law, the case can be transferred to the ATC.

After hearing the arguments of both parties, the court reserved its verdict on the petition.

Malik, who had convicted former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the Al Azizia corruption case, became the center of controversy after Maryam Nawaz came out with explosive claims regarding the judge of responsibility. At a press conference in July, he broadcast a video in which Malik allegedly confessed to a PML-N supporter who had been pressured to condemn Nawaz. Maryam demanded that the verdict of Al Azizia be revoked and said that the entire judicial process had been severely compromised.

Malik, who denied Maryam's claims, was repatriated to the Lahore High Court.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here