Systematic plan to sabotage Blackcaps tour: Fawad Chaudhry

Federal Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry has brought out the facts regarding the cancellation of the New Zealand cricket team’s tour of Pakistan.

In a press conference with Home Minister Sheikh Rashid, Fawad Chaudhry said that fake posts threatening the New Zealand cricket team were generated from India. An e-mail ID was created by a name of Hamza Afridi, and 15 minutes after the same ID sent an email.

He said the e-mail was sent from India with a VPN, and the VPN’s location was in Singapore so that India’s location could not be ascertained. The device used to threaten New Zealand cricket was India. Om Prakash Mishra used this device from Mumbai.

He said that the device from which the e-mail was sent contained 13 e-mail IDs, all e-mails were made in the name of the Indian film industry and dramas, but this time deliberately e-mail ID was generated by the name of Hamza Afridi.

The Federal Minister said that on August 19, a fake post was made on Facebook by a name of Ehsanullah Ehsan threatening to target the New Zealand team. The post said that the New Zealand team should not go to Pakistan.

He said that Nandan Mishra had just written an article in the Sunday Guardian in which it was written that the New Zealand team could be attacked in Pakistan. The news in the Sunday Guardian was taken from the post of Ihsanullah Ihsan who has close ties with former vice president Amrullah Saleh. 

Fawad Chaudhry also said that on August 24, a threatening email was sent to the wife of Kiwi cricketer Martin Guptill, threatening that her husband would be killed in Pakistan. That the email account was created on August 24 at 1:05 pm, and the email was sent at 11:00 am. “So far only one email has been sent, we have sought the assistance of Interpol in this matter,” he said.

He said that Pakistan was facing a fifth-generation hybrid war and the New Zealand government should share with us the threat they receive. 

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