Cynthia D Ritchie
Gulf Today Report
The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has filed an FIR against Cynthia D Ritchie, a US blogger for her alleged hateful comments against late Benazir Bhutto.
PPP Peshawar district President Zulfiqar Afghani registered a case against the blogger from the US at the Gulbhar Police Station.
The PPP leader Afghani said in the FIR that Cynthia D Ritchie, a US national residing in Islamabad has used slanderous language on microblogging network Twitter against the former prime minister which hurts the sentiments of millions of people of the country.
According to the PPP’s application, “Ritchie’s remarks have caused immense pain and agony to the millions of people who revere and pay their utmost respect to Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto.”
A day earlier, the PPP filed a complaint with the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Cybercrime Wing seeking action against the blogger from the US.
Meanwhile, PPP leader in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly Night Orakzai has also lodged an FIR in Bana Mari police station against the blogger from the US.
Orakzai in the FIR has demanded that Cynthia who has been in Pakistan should be booked in defamation case.
Insiders said the meeting took place at the initiative of Maryam after she got reports that the PPP was unhappy over Sharif’s tweet in which he had rejected the army’s inquiry report on the Karachi incident relating to kidnapping of the Sindh police chief and termed it a “cover-up scapegoating juniors."
"President Asif Ali Zardari is pleased to announce, with the grace of God, the engagement of his and Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto's daughter Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari with Mr Mahmood Chaudhry on Nov.27, 2020," a statement issued by the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) media cell said.
The rally in the city of Multan was held a day after police, on orders from the government, carried out the arrests and banned the gathering, defending the move as necessary to combat the coronavirus pandemic in Pakistan.
The PPP chairman has criticised GB Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Raja Shahbaz Khan for holding a news conference in Islamabad and asked him to reveal details of "his meetings with government functionaries” during his stay in the federal capital.
The Ministry called on the companies practicing such activities to enhance their awareness and knowledge on the risks of money laundering and keep pace with the government's efforts in this regard.
Five institutions in Dubai have come together to propagate kidney health with March having been observed globally as the “National Kidney Month” and March 11 (Thursday) as “World Kidney Day.”
The Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department (IACAD) announced on Tuesday that all annual Ramadan tent permits in the Emirate of Dubai will be cancelled this year in compliance with government precautionary and preventive measures to stem the spread of COVID-19.