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Three journalists of Jang group among five facing FIA probe for targeting Saudi Crown Prince

By Raza Ruman

  Five journalists — three of them belonging to Jang/Geo media group — are facing the Federal Investigation (FIA)’s  investigation for allegedly running a malicious campaign against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman during his February  visit to Pakistan.

  On the forefront were Jang groups‘s Azaz Syed, Ammar Masood and Umer Cheema. The other two journalists were Matiullah Jan, Murtaza Solangi. Bloggar Ahmed Waqas Goraya who is hiding in the Neatherlands is also in the list. Four sectarian outfits — Majlis-i-Wahdat-i-Muslimeen (MWM), Imamia Students Organization (ISO), Hizbul Tahrir Pak and Tameer-i-Watan Party — were also accused of running the targeted campaign against the crown prince.

  In a notice to all these, the FIA cyber crime accused them of running “a targeted social media campaign” against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman during his February visit to Pakistan.

The FIA notice said: “These activists displayed the picture of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on their social media profile DPs which conveyed a very disrespectful message to the visiting guest.”

It further said: “These groups/party’s members were found most active on
social media against Mohammad Bin Salman’s visit to Pakistan.”

  Murtaza Solangi, whose name in the notice, cried on Twitter: “So the shameful government of Imran Khan has a problem with putting the picture of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi on your Twitter
profile and considers it against the law?”

  Murtaza Solangi, whose name in the notice, cried on Twitter: “So the shameful government of Imran Khan has a problem with putting the picture of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi on your Twitter
profile and considers it against the law?”

  Now see how daring the journalists in question are. One of them has started crying while the others are keeping the mum. Basically
these lot of teh journalists are openly target the military establishment. Pak Destiny 

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