FIA’s Rawalpindi chapter celebrates great success

At the beginning of the new year, the cyber crime wing of the FIA Rawalpindi Circle celebrates great success.

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Under the supervision of Rawalpindi Zone Additional Director Chaudhry Abdul Rauf, Circle in-charge Adnan Lohani formed an investigation team and as a result of his constant guidance, tireless efforts of Investigation Officer Amjad Bilal and other team, the culprit was arrested and inappropriate videos and photos were recovered from his possession.

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Afzal not only posted obscene photos and videos of the woman through Facebook and WhatsApp but later continued to blackmail her.

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The culprit was prosecuted in June 2020 under the Cyber ​​Crimes Act. The legal team of Rawalpindi Circle monitored the case and followed all the matters of the court, as a result of which the bail application of the convict was rejected by the High Court and the trial court of Rawalpindi sentenced the convict to seven years imprisonment.

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The woman, who suffered severe mental anguish, was brought to justice by the FIA’s cybercrime wing.

However, the FIA ​​Director Cyber ​​Crime Wing appreciated the efforts of the officers of Rawalpindi Circle on this important operation and the first convocation of this year.

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