IG KPK exposes anti-institute ‘propaganda’ of YouTube stars

Inspector General (IG) Police, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) has reportedly exposed YouTube stars for spreading false rumors about him. According to Baaghi TV reports, the IG stated that reports of him receiving a call from Rawalpindi are nothing but misinformation and that spreading such lies is nothing but a vicious attempt to undermine the national institutions. 

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IG KPK has thwarted a vicious campaign against the institutions by categorically denying claims made by a YouTuber. In a video message, the IG has rejected the negative propaganda being shared through social media, especially by means of YouTube. 

IG KPK said that he has not been contacted by anyone nor has he participated in any such meetings. He added that he has also not received any such instructions. It is pertinent to note that recently a YouTuber claimed that the IG KPK has been contacted to stop the upcoming Long March by ousted Prime Minister Imran Khan and his political workers. 

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IG KPK said that the KPK Police will continue to work within the limitations of the law. Reiterating his stance, the IG said, “I did not receive any call from the Prime Minister, nor from any government department or institution. No one has contacted me. Rumors are being spread to mislead the public and to instigate chaos in the community”.

It is pertinent to note that the YouTuber has been spreading propaganda against the institutions on social media since the former PM was ousted from office. On the other hand, for fear of arrest, the YouTuber has gone into hiding.

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