PTI challenges Cyber Crime Bill in Lahore High Court – Pakistan …

LAHORE (Dunya News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Friday has challenged Cyber Crime Bill in Lahore High Court (LHC).

According to details, PTI leader Zubair Khan Niazi has filed an application against the Cyber Crime Bill in LHC saying Federal Cabinet has not taken approval of this act, which is a legal demand.

It has also been pointed out in the application that Cyber Crime Bill is against article 19 (A) of the Constitution.

It is charged in the application that the purpose of this bill is to rule out freedom of speech against the government and its institutions.

The applicant has requested the court to nullify the bill by declaring it unconstitutional.

Cyber Crime Bill was approved earlier this year and punishments were announced as well.

It was decided in the bill that strict action in the form of seven-year imprisonment and Rs 50 lac fine would be taken against those who will capture

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