A member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has filed a petition with the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to prosecute programmers on a private channel regarding Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The petition, written by PTI member Shaukat Ali Joya to the director of the FIA Cyber CrimeWing, states that on January 29, at 9 o'clock, 32 minutes, Khalid Butt, whose real name is Murtaza Chaudhry, took to Twitter. Shared a video clip on the account that also contained the 'Neo News' logo.
He said that on the same date, Neo News aired an 11-night program linked to this video clip.
The PTI member said that this video clip attempts to show that Prime Minister Imran Khan is addicted to drug addiction and that he is also encouraging drug addicts to host.
He said that the video clip that was aired on social media was ridiculed by the Prime Minister and the title of the tweet was "Prime Minister responded to critics by doing live vaccine" which was based on lies, malpractice and scandal. The purpose was to ridicule Imran Khan.
He said that in the video clip, the youth was provoked by using embarrassing words like cocaine and horror and Mustafa Chaudhry acted like a drug addict.
The petition requested the Director FI to initiate legal proceedings against all persons who produced, acted, and broadcast this derogatory video clip.
It should be noted that while addressing a function at Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital in Karachi on January 27, 2020, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he was injured in the lift and suffered his injuries during the election campaign in 2013. Shaukat Khanum's doctor Asim injected me, which not only ended the problem but changed the world.
He said, "After the injection, I felt no problem. I made a speech on TV but I do not remember what I said. When the effects of this injection disappeared, I started to suffer again and I was a doctor. Asim insisted that they re-vaccinate me and threaten them that I will not leave you, but they did not vaccinate me. '
His speech, especially the "sight of the effects of vaccine" was circulating on social media and some of the consumers made fun of the prime minister and others, while others criticized him.