Lisbella copter crash: ISI, IB in JIT to test slanderous attack

ISLAMABAD; The central government has comprised a six-part request panel, including authorities from the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and the Intelligence Bureau (IB), to test into the harmful promulgation sent off against the tactical officials who were martyred in the Lisbella helicopter crash.

The Pakistan Army helicopter conveying a senior leader and five others crashed on a mountain during a flood help activity keep going Monday and all ready were killed. Following the episode, a slanderous attack began the virtual entertainment which designated the martyred military officials and included hashtags against the military.


Among those killed in the sad episode were Lieutenant General Sarfaraz, Brigadier Amjad Hanif, whose name was cleared for advancement as Major General, Brigadier Muhammad Khalid, the two pilots Major Saeed Ahmed and Major Talha Manan, and Naik Mudassar Fayyaz.

“The reason behind the constitution of the joint examination group is to net the genuine individuals dynamic behind the scene,” said the sources. Prior, the inside service had comprised a 4-part request group containing Dr. Mohammad Athar Waheed, Additional Director General, Cyber Crime Wing; Dr Baharuddin Syed, Director FIA CCW North; Ayyaz Khan, Additional Director CCW Islamabad; and Imran Haider, Assistant Director Islamabad.

The subsequent warning gave on August 8 declared consideration of knowledge authorities, including Deputy Director Waqar Nisar of the IB, in the JIT. The JIT meeting will be held at the FIA Headquarters, Islamabad on August 10 (tomorrow).

The advisory group will go to significant and successful lengths to capture those behind the noxious publicity against the martyred military officials. There is areas of strength for a that chief general FIA will likewise partake in the gathering, however a ultimate choice has not been taken in such manner.

Top state leader Shehbaz Sharif had referred to the mission as “alarming” and said it mirrored that the personalities of youthful Pakistanis were being harmed. ISPR, the military’s media wing, additionally dismissed the ‘remorseful’ web-based entertainment patterns, saying they had caused pain among the groups of the people who had passed on as well as in the military as an establishment.

He asked the country to join against those spreading negative publicity and tales. “Obtuse way of behaving is unsuitable and ought to be censured on each stage.” Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Monday said a web-based slanderous attack against the military and its officials directly following a military helicopter crash would be researched, as a group had been comprised by the public authority to test the negative promulgation.

Addressing journalists in Faisalabad, Sana said the country had ‘dismissed’ the promulgation against the survivors of the helicopter crash. “There is no portion of society what shares these opinions,” the clergyman said.

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