Notorious Social media activist “Jameel Farooqui ” allegedly on PTI payroll arrested

Notorious Youtuber and social media activist Jameel Farooqi who is alleged to be on pay roll of Pakistan Tehreek e  Insaf (PTI) has been arrested in Karachi for making false allegations against Islamabad Capital Territory Police related to the torture of PTI leader Shahbaz Gill.

Jameel Farooqi in furtherance of PTI Chairman Imran Khan led false propaganda against the state organizations falsely accused the Islamabad Police in his video log that the police had physically and sexually assaulted Shahbaz Gill.

In his video log the notorious youtuber used extremely unethical words which are not allowed in public in an Islamic and civilized society and created sense of inconvenience among masses while also provocating the youth against the state and the Islamabad Capital Territory Police.

It is to be noted that repeatedly the medical boards examined Shahbaz Gill and found no evidence of torture on him but the Imran Khan led PTI political party and its financed/sponsored youtubers and social media activist are increasing the false propaganda against Pakistan Army, police, judiciary, election commission and other state organizations.

Islamabad Capital Territory taking the false propaganda serious conducted an open to all inquiry regards to allegations of physical and sexual torture on Shahbaz Gill and invited the public at large to bring any proof in this regard.

The ICT police also repeatedly denied all such propaganda and showed their concern through their official tweets.

The first information report (FIR) against Farooqui, was registered on Sunday under Sections 499 (defamation), 500 (defaming army officers), 501 (printing or engraving matter known to be defamatory), and 186 (obstructing public servant in discharge of public functions) of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).

The complaint alleges that Jameel Farooqui attempted to discredit the police with false allegations, which was tantamount to obstructing the investigation and that he tried to distract police, create anarchy and provoke the public against officials.