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  1. LAHORE: The first information report (FIR) of a case of child molestation was Saturday night in Nawab Town police station, a year after the alleged incident occurred, Geo News reported citing authorities. In his statement in the FIR, the assault survivor said he was abused by his madrasa teacher but chose to remain silent over the fear of negative repercussions. The boy also noted that the accused lured in and assaulted multiple of his schoolmates. According to the police, the FIR was registered following an inquiry report, which was furnished after a request submitted by three boys of the same madrasa. Unidentified reports on social media, however, claim the accused has abused over a 100 boys, with a protest being held in the area due to the delay in filing the FIR.
  2. Indian Occupied Kashmir. Photo: File SRINAGAR: Police in Indian held Kashmir registered an FIR against the Indian army with murder, attempt to murder and endangering life charges over the killing of two civilians in the occupied Shopian district on Saturday, Indian media reported on Sunday. Javid Bhat and Suhail Lone, both in their 20s, were killed when army opened fire on protesters in Ganaupora village in south Kashmir?s Shopian district. Meanwhile, another youth, who sustained bullet injuries, is battling for his life at the Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences in Srinagar. A senior police officer confirmed that an FIR (26/2018) was filed at the Shopian police station against the army?s 10th Garhwal unit. ?The charges under sections 302, 307 and 336 are pressed,? the officer said. Eyewitness disclosed that the Indian forces opened fire after an altercation ensued over the security personnel?s attempt to remove posters of a martyred freedom fighter, Fareed Ahmed, in the village. Ahmed was killed in an encounter in south Kashmir on January 24. The occupied valley observed complete strike in reaction to the killing, the roads remained deserted and local train services across Kashmir was suspended. Restrictions on movement were imposed in some sensitive areas of Srinagar. High-speed mobile internet services, which remained snapped throughout the day, were restored at night. The deputy commissioner of Shopian has been asked to probe the incident and submit a report within 20 days. The two deaths in Shopian took the toll of civilian killings due to firing by forces in Kashmir to four this month. 17-year-old Shakir Ahmad was killed after security forces allegedly opened fire on protesters near ? an incident that the police said was a case of ?cross-fire?. Earlier, on January 9, 22-year-old Khalid Ahmad Dar died during protests after army fired on a group that was allegedly pelting stones at a military camp in Khudwani in Kulgam. In 2017, according to police figures, at least 24 civilians had lost their lives during gun battles between security forces and militants in Kashmir.
  3. KARACHI: The investigative committee probing the extrajudicial killing of Naqeebullah learnt that the man killed in the shootout was not the same Naqeebullah who was a member of a proscribed organisation, sources informed Geo News on Saturday. The investigative committee also came to know that the suspect Naqeebullah was wanted in kidnapping for ransom cases, adding that his father and brother were killed in a police shootout. The committee also informed that they did not find any evidence of firing from the house, as claimed by suspended SSP. However, 26 bullet casings were found from the site of the incident after four days of the police encounter. Meanwhile, Anwar was removed from his post after the probe committee found that Naqeebullah was killed in an extrajudicial action, a notification issued on Saturday stated. Anwar's name has also been placed on the Exit Control List (ECL) on the recommendation of the probe committee, sources said. SSP Adeel Hussain Chandio has been assigned charge of Malir district in his place, the notification, issued by IG Sindh AD Khawaja, stated. Speaking to media later, IG Sindh AD Khawaja said Rao Anwar has been suspended to ensure a fair inquiry into the alleged encounter that killed Naqeebullah. The police encounter was suspicious, Khawaja remarked. According to the initial investigation report, the committee termed SSP Rao Anwar?s allegations against Naqeebullah baseless, sources said. In its report, the committee stated that there was no proof found of Naqeebullah being a terrorist. The 2014 FIR presented by Anwar was also bogus, it said.
  4. KARACHI: In yet another case of attempted sexual abuse, the mother of an eight-year-old girl in the city's Sachal Goth area has filed a first information report (FIR) against the child's paternal uncle at the local police station. The minor girl was allegedly subjected to molestation at the hands of Mushtaq ? her chacha (paternal uncle) ? on January 6 but a case was only registered on Thursday. Police have been unable to apprehend the suspect. Speaking to Geo News, the minor girl's mother asked officials to bring the culprit to justice and award her brother-in-law ? the accused ? severe punishment for his attempted sexual abuse. The child's mother also claimed that Mushtaq had once attempted to molest the minor girl earlier but the family had then sat him down to talk about the act and given him a warning. Nevertheless, the suspect tried to sexually abuse the little girl once again. On a separate note, the girl's father, however, expressed dissatisfaction with the text of the FIR filed at the Sachal Goth police station. He said the police officials did not listen to their account and filed the report of their own accord. Further, upon being informed of the incident, A.D. Khawaja ? the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) for Sindh ? has directed Deputy Inspector-General (DIG) for East to submit a report in this regard.
  5. You might recall that only recently The Tribune exposed a UIDAI security breach that allowed anyone and everyone who has 10 minutes and a mere Rs. 500 at their disposal, to get access to the Aadhaar details of 1 billion Indians. This news obviously didn't go down well with the citizens of the country and what followed was widespread outrage. That very day, UIDAI went ahead and took to their social media accounts and outright declared The Tribune's story a case of misreporting. Tribune's Story “Rs 500, 10 minutes, and you have access to billion Aadhaar details” is a case of misreporting. No biometric data breach @thetribunechd @rsprasad @ceo_uidai @timesofindia @firstpost @IndiaToday @ZeeNews — Aadhaar (@UIDAI) January 4, 2018 The nation was waiting for a clear explanation from UIDAI about this fiasco while their website went down for a while. But what has now happened has stirred the country once again. UIDAI has now filed an FIR against The Tribune and its reporter Rachna Khaira. The FIR also names Anil Kumar, Sunil Kumar and Raj, all of whom were mentioned in The Tribune report as people who were contacted by Khaira in the course of her reporting. Harish Khare, the Editor-in-chief of The Tribune commented on the whole matter through the Twitter handle of the newspaper. The #Tribune Editor-in-Chief's statement on #Aadhaar #FIR pic.twitter.com/Mjmr5HK8Mb — The Tribune (@thetribunechd) January 7, 2018 What followed this news was eminent journalists raging with anger. While some condemn the act, others call it an attack on freedom of expression. Hey @UIDAI, Can you please file an FIR against yourself for gross negligence and endangering citizens? Since you are the only one who is allowed to file FIRs, please do it. A thorough investigation of UIDAI needs to be initiated. Thanks. — Meghnad (@Memeghnad) January 7, 2018 Totally wrong for UIDAI to file an FIR against the journalist who exposed #AadharLeaks If a loophole is pointed out Govt should work on fixing the flaw rather than try to shoot the messenger. Don't intimidate journalists. Not on. https://t.co/6mxDrZlrLC — Rahul Kanwal (@rahulkanwal) January 7, 2018 Instead of thanking Tribune reporter who exposed gap in Aadhaar security -- biometrics safe but y should email/phone/address be available? --so it can be plugged @uidai files FIR against reporter!Bad idea @ceo_uidai Had it not been for report,Uidai wouldn't even know about breach pic.twitter.com/iCdwvyFoIB — Sunil Jain (@thesuniljain) January 7, 2018 Ditto. Refute disagreements. If you think Tribune story defamatory or inaccurate argue it- on fact- but whats with the FIR against a reporter doing her job? https://t.co/yVUC2NSRZo — barkha dutt (@BDUTT) January 7, 2018 Dear @UIDAI: Reporter who showed that Aadhaar numbers are for sale deserves award, not FIR. https://t.co/bI8L73xrXC pic.twitter.com/iBxGByZl2I — Sadanand Dhume (@dhume) January 7, 2018 Tribune reporter blew the whistle on Aadhaar showing how easy it is to steal personal info from Aadhaar database.Instead of rewarding her as a whistleblower,the govt has registered an FIR against her!This is why Modi govt has not notified Whistleblower lawhttps://t.co/0szECv3dLD — Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) January 7, 2018 We should condemn the move by #UIDAI to file FIR against The Tribune newspaper and journalist @rachnakhaira for brave reportage exposing loopholes in #Aadhar and how easily for Rs. 500 an agent can share private information within 10 minutes. Shooting the messenger won't help. — Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) January 7, 2018 Filing FIR against reporter for exposing Aadhar breach, suing journalists for fact-based stories, calling them names are all part of the same trend: the msg to journos is, don't ask questions, become chamchas. Well, some will never do that — Sidharth Bhatia (@bombaywallah) January 7, 2018 Withdraw the FIR against @thetribunechd reporter, UIDAI. You can refute what you find unfair or wrong. But throwing cops at reporters is, as stupid as it is unsustainable https://t.co/o3vNtqFUsq — Shekhar Gupta (@ShekharGupta) January 7, 2018 Even the Editors Guild came out in support of The Tribune. After seeing this outrage, UIDAI again took to Twitter to declare that they do not intend to 'target' the media. However, they did make it clear that they still firmly by their decision of filing the FIR. In the recent case of The Tribune's report in which an FIR is filed, an impression is being created in media that UIDAI is targeting the media or whistleblowers or “shooting the messenger”. This is not at all true. 1/n@timesofindia @DeccanHerald @DeccanChronicle @IndianExpress — Aadhaar (@UIDAI) January 7, 2018 This is a case in which even though there was no breach of Aadhaar biometric database, it is for the act of unauthorized access, criminal proceedings have been initiated. 2/n @htTweets @FinancialXpress @TheQuint @EconomicTimes @ndtv @aajtak @CNBCTV18News — Aadhaar (@UIDAI) January 7, 2018 We respect Free Speech including the Freedom of Press and Media. However, our act of filing an FIR with full details of the incident should not be viewed as targeting the media or the whistle-blowers or “shooting the messenger. 3/n@ETNOWlive @abpnewstv @TimesNow — Aadhaar (@UIDAI) January 7, 2018 They also asked for The Tribune to cooperate and for their suggestions in this matter. UIDAI is committed to the freedom of Press. We're going to write to @thetribunechd & @rachnakhaira to give all assistance to investigate to nab the real culprits. We also appreciate if Tribune & its journalist have any constructive suggestion to offer. https://t.co/H3OtQSiFeJ — Aadhaar (@UIDAI) January 8, 2018 We don't know in which direction this matter would go in now, but we fear that it already has taken an ugly turn.
  6. Lawyers slap a police personnel on the entrance of accountability court ahead of the hearing of National Accountability Bureau?s (NAB) references filed against the Sharif family - Online ISLAMABAD: Inspector Shakeel Ahmed has filed an FIR against lawyers in the Ramna police station for slapping and pushing him in the premises of the accountability court on Friday. A video showed a group of lawyers pushing Ahmed, one of whom also slapped him, as the policeman was busy performing his duties outside the courtroom ahead of the indictment proceedings against the Sharifs. A commotion by members of the legal fraternity on Friday forced the accountability court judge hearing corruption cases against the Sharif family to adjourn proceedings minutes after they began. Maryam Nawaz and her husband MNA Capt (retd) Safdar reached the judicial complex separately Friday morning. Lawyers' commotion delays Nawaz, Maryam and Safdar's indictment until Oct 19 Maryam Nawaz and Capt (retd) Safdar were both in court today but the judge halted the proceedings after lawyers protested against police high-handedness Senior leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), including cabinet members, were at the scene to receive the former premier's daughter. With strict security arrangements in place, police barred non-essential personnel, including lawyers, from entering the complex. This led to a scuffle with the police, which resulted in the injury of at least one lawyer. As the hearing started, the lawyers began protesting inside the court. They claimed the Islamabad High Court has allowed lawyers to be present inside the judicial complex as well as the accountability court as "it is an open court". The lawyers also argued with the deputy attorney general and created a commotion, forcing Judge Mohammad Bashir to leave for his chamber and abort today's proceedings.
  7. Pakistan Peoples Party MPA Tariq Masood Arain. Photo: File KARACHI: Police have registered a case against Pakistan Peoples Party MPA Tariq Masood Arain and his 12 armed guards over charges of attempted murder, SSP South said on Wednesday. According to the registered first information report (FIR), the provincial lawmaker's guards allegedly assaulted the security squad of Corps Commander Karachi Lt Gen Shahid Baig Mirza's family in Defence. The FIR, registered on a complaint of Havaldaar Fahimullah Jan with Darakhshan police, said that four men in a car tried to obstruct the protocol of the corps commander's family near Saba Avenue, upon which the personnel instructed them to stop in view of checking their vehicle. Jan alleged that two of the four men, Moon and Asad, called a person named Tariq, who sent two vehicles with over a dozen men armed with automatic weapons. According to the FIR, one person, identified as Manzoor, who arrived with the gunmen in a Land Cruiser threatened and beat up members of the VIP security squad. Their accomplice, later identified as Jehangir, and others, assaulted sepoys Arif, Ali Jan and the complainant. The men beat the security staffers and snatched two official weapons and two magazines, the complainant alleged, adding that he and two other members of the security squad were treated at Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Complex due to serious injuries.
  8. Police at the scene of incident in Sargodha. Photo: Geo News SARGODHA: Police have registered a case against 41 lawyers for misbehaving with a woman assistant commissioner in Sargodha. Sources said anti-terrorism clauses have been included in the FIR, which names the former district bar general secretary and five other lawyers. The case was registered after lawyers quarreled with the assistant commissioner (AC) and locked her inside a courtroom for not giving a decision of their choice. AC Anum Ali remained locked in the room for some time. The police led by Deputy Commissioner Liaquat Chattha and ASP City Habibur Rahman Bugti reached the spot and unlocked the room later. The lawyers also damaged furniture in the office. Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif had taken notice of the incident and ordered an inquiry into the matter to bring the culprits to justice.
  9. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI) candidate for NA-120 Yasmin Rashid. Photo: Geo News LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI) candidate for NA-120 Yasmin Rashid on Tuesday threatened the Punjab government to be prepared for grave consequences if it failed to register a First Information Report (FIR) for a firing incident on her party office on Sunday. The police arrested three people on charges of firing in the air in front of the offices of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and PTI NA-120 candidates in Islampura on Sunday. The accused ? identified as Assad, Hamza, and Sher Ali ? drove away after opening indiscriminate fire in front of the offices of PTI and PPP at Neeli Bar Chowk, Islampura, on the second day of Eid. Talking to the media, Rashid said, "Rana Sanaullah should either declare that he is in a mood to fight or control the hooligans firing [at her office]," adding that the PTI would stage protests on all forums if the police failed to register an FIR for the incident. She further said that the public would 'throw stones on the Sharif family's cars' if they get a chance to visit Jati Umra -- which is the Sharif family's residence located in Raiwind. "Maryam shouldn't claim that her father is not guilty of the accusations levelled against him, because if she truly believes in that she should be open to debate about his honesty with me," Rashid lashed at the Sharif family. She also announced her plan to contact the Election Commission of Pakistan for excessive coverage of the Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz's (PML-N) election campaign on the state-owned television channel. The three arrested people were not affiliated with any political party, the police claimed, adding their objective was to only disturb peace in the area. The assailants' car was impounded. PPP's candidate for NA-120, Faisal Mir, said an application for the FIR was filed on Sunday, alleging that the objective behind the incident was to harass the candidates.
  10. KARACHI: Police have registered a case against three suspected terrorists over a police encounter on Monday. The FIR, lodged at the Counter Terrorism Department, was registered on the complaint of SHO Sohrab Goth. Suspected terrorists Sarosh Siddiqui, Muzammil and Mohammad Talha have been nominated as the suspects. On Monday, police raided a house in Scheme 33, Rufi Bungalows, Kaneez Fatima Society on a tip-off about the presence of militants. However, the militants present inside opened fire on the raiding party, killing one police official and injuring another. The suspected terrorists also managed to escape from the scene. Karachi police claim killing TTP chief Fazlullah's cousin in shootout Police are searching for suspected terrorist Sarosh Siddiqui, who escaped after killing a policeman during raid earlier today Police said Siddiqui, a senior figure of militant outfit Ansarul Shariah, was among those who escaped. Siddiqui is said to be the mastermind of the Eid-day attack on Khawaja Izharul Hassan, the opposition leader in the Sindh Assembly. Later in the day, police teams, led by Malir SSP Rao Anwar, conducted raids across the city, nabbing around a dozen people. The raids also resulted in another shootout, in which SSP Anwar claimed the death of four suspected terrorists, including a cousin of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan chief Mullah Fazlullah. Speaking at Geo Pakistan Tuesday morning, Geo News Karachi Bureau Chief Fahim Siddiqui said Ansarul Shariah is a relatively new, mostly Karachi-based outfit; formed by former members of Daesh and other banned groups. Terror outfit Ansar-ul-Sharia behind recent attacks in Karachi: sources The outfit is influenced by Al Qaeda's Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, security sources say He said most of its cadres left for Syria to fight in the civil war but returned when the fighting intensified, adding that most of them are thus 'battle hardened'. The group first made headlines in Karachi in April this year in the targeted killing of a retired army colonel. Police officials also believe the group is behind several attacks on police officials in Karachi in the past few months. Siddiqui also revealed that most of the group?s members come from ?educated backgrounds?.
  11. SHEIKHUPURA: Police on Wednesday registered a First Information Report (FIR) nominating two underage children for murder and robbery. The two children, accompanied by their parents, reached the local sessions court to attain pre-arrest bail in the case. The FIR states that year and half-old Ayan used an axe in the attack while five year-old Hassan used a stick as a weapon.
  12. ISLAMABAD: A case was registered against DIG Gilgit-Baltistan on Monday after his former wife alleged that he blackmailed her by uploading her ?objectionable? pictures on social media. DIG GB Junaid Arshad is accused of blackmailing his former wife with the help of his friend Danish Ghani, according to the complaint filed by the wife. Sources said that the suspect did not present himself despite the summons issued to him. A raid was carried out for Arshad?s arrest but he already obtained a pre-arrest bail. The case was registered by the Federal Investigation Agency?s cyber-crime wing.
  13. File photo KARACHI: A First Information Report (FIR) has been filed in the Shahrah-e-Noor Jahan police station against the person who attempted a fatal assault at Jamal Ahmed ? a member of Sindh Assembly belonging to Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) ? near his North Nazimabad residence here on Saturday, Geo News reported. The FIR was registered on behalf of Ahmed?s guard Bakht Ali and includes charges of attempted murder on the MPA. An unknown man astride a motorcycle shot at Ahmed in his locale as the latter was about to leave for a tour of Shadman Town ? his area, but the murder attempt was futile. The MQM-P leader's guard reacted right away, resulting in an exchange of gunshots, but the attacker managed to flee. Subsequently, security officials reached the scene to collect forensic evidence, especially as the assailant had left behind his bike. The security officers, however, have not issued any comments explaining what had transpired, expect that they ?are verifying whether the attacker was specifically targeting the MPA or not?, a local media outlet reported. MQM-P Rabita Committee member Kanwar Naveed Jameel in a press conference condemned the murder attempt and asked for action to be taken against the assailant. Jameel, highlighting the attempt on Abdul Rashid Godil earlier, mentioned how the party has asked for higher security following threats to its members but nothing has been done in response. He stressed for action against the perpetrator. Ahmed won PS-110 constituency of Karachi in 2013.
  14. KARACHI: The Sindh home minister has taken notice of a ?fake? FIR filed late Thursday night by the Gulshan-e-Maymar police against four brothers who were reportedly involved in a road accident with a police vehicle, Geo News reported. In what is being termed a car-collision accident, a policeman driving an official vehicle hit a private vehicle from the rear Thursday night, following which he got out and allegedly assaulted all four passengers, called backup and then took the passengers of the private vehicle to the Gulshan-e-Maymar Police Station. The policeman, along with his colleagues at the police station, continued to thrash the four passengers ? all brothers ? in the police station as well, and then went on to register a case against them. In the FIR filed at the Gulshan-e-Maymar police station on the complaint of police official Kamran, the blame for the entire episode has been put on the four brothers. It has also been mentioned that the brothers? vehicle hit the police van from the rear-end. However, the dents on both vehicles belie those claims as the front side of the police vehicle has been damaged along with the rear-end of the private car. Moreover, the policeman was also allowed to take away his official vehicle without any examination being conducted on it by the Gulshan-e-Maymar police. When the news of the treatment meted out to the private citizens was reported in the media, Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Sial took notice of the incident and ordered corrective action. ?We will not let Karachi become a police state,? Siyal stated, adding that action will be taken against the policemen who filed the false case and the SHO of the Gulshan-e-Maymar police station. The minister, who noted that the policemen wrongly favoured their colleague, ordered the DIG East to conduct an inquiry into the incident. However, till this report was filed, the four brothers continue to languish in the police lockup.
  15. KARACHI: The Sindh home minister has taken notice of a ?fake? FIR filed late Thursday night by the Gulshan-e-Maymar police against four brothers who were reportedly involved in a road accident with a police vehicle, Geo News reported. In what is being termed a car-collision accident, a policeman driving an official vehicle hit a private vehicle from the rear Thursday night, following which he got out and allegedly assaulted all four passengers, called backup and then took the passengers of the private vehicle to the Gulshan-e-Maymar Police Station. The policeman, along with his colleagues at the police station, continued to thrash the four passengers ? all brothers ? in the police station as well, and then went on to register a case against them. In the FIR filed at the Gulshan-e-Maymar police station on the complaint of police official Kamran, the blame for the entire episode has been put on the four brothers. It has also been mentioned that the brothers? vehicle hit the police van from the rear-end. However, the dents on both vehicles belie those claims as the front side of the police vehicle has been damaged along with the rear-end of the private car. Moreover, the policeman was also allowed to take away his official vehicle without any examination being conducted on it by the Gulshan-e-Maymar police. When the news of the treatment meted out to the private citizens was reported in the media, Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Sial took notice of the incident and ordered corrective action. ?We will not let Karachi become a police state,? Siyal stated, adding that action will be taken against the policemen who filed the false case and the SHO of the Gulshan-e-Maymar police station. The minister, who noted that the policemen wrongly favoured their colleague, ordered the DIG East to conduct an inquiry into the incident.
  16. UMERKOT: A case has been registered on Tuesday against a feudal lord, who is seen in a video insulting a Station House Officer inside Kunri police station, in Umerkot district. A video recently emerged on social media, showing an intoxicated man identified as Zaid Talpur, sitting on the SHO’s seat in a police station, being surrounded with his aides. The SHO is seen in the video requesting the man to leave his seat, who was instead ordering him to sit on the ground. The video is reportedly of 11:30pm Monday night. SSP Umerkot in a notification on Tuesday, said that a case has been registered and strict action will be taken against those individuals found misconducting inside Kunri police station. According to a notification, the SSP said that FIR No. 44/ 2017 has been registered at PS Kunri, against the six individuals. Their names are: Mir Zaid Talpur, Hassan Talpur, Jamil Marwarri, Lachman Meghwarr, Kareem, and Shafi. Mir Zaid Talpur is said to be the brother-in-law of former chief minister Sindh Liaquat Ali Jatoi. The notification further said that strict legal action would be taken against those individuals.