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The Govt not remain to silent upon social campaign against higher judiciary and Judges: Solangi

ISLAMABAD: The caretaker federal minister Murtaza Solangi has said that government will not remain silent upon social media campaign against higher Judiciary and Judges.

If a campaign is launched against the higher judiciary and the judges are being ridiculed, the government cannot remain silent, said the press conference of the supervising federal minister Murtaza Solangi. According to the law, action will be taken against those social media account holders who are involved in the anti-judiciary campaign. 

The federal government’s announcement to complete the action against the alleged anti-judiciary campaign on social media. Federal Minister Murtaza Solangi says that the law and the judiciary will take their course. Under Article 19 of the Constitution, freedom of expression is unlimited. No, there are proper restrictions on it. Murtaza Solangi, in a press conference along with DGFIA in Islamabad, rejected the allegation of harassment of journalists and said that the campaign against the Supreme Judiciary is ongoing on derogatory and slander. On the recommendation of the High Level JIT, only notices have been issued to the concerned account holders as per law.

No one has been harassed, nor has an FIR been registered against anyone. On this occasion, DG FIA Ishaq Jahangir said that the atmosphere of uncertainty has decreased after the formation of JIT. People deleted their tweets and posts, clarifying that there will be no retaliatory action against anyone. During the press conference, the caretaker federal minister of information, while showing the alleged controversial tweets, said that the campaign against the Supreme Judiciary was launched by the Ministry of Interior on January 16. JIT was formed, the first meeting of which was held on January 17, the second meeting was held on January 23, JIT investigated 600 accounts after which 100 inquiries have been registered. Notices were issued to 110 people, including about 22 political activists or politicians and about 32 journalists.