Lahore( REPORTBEAT ) : Sessions Court Lahore has directed the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to register a case against Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam.
The Additional Sessions Judge issued the order after hearing the petition of Hamiza Mukhtar. The FIA Cyber Crime submitted its report to the court, according to which Hamiza Mukhtar had applied for intimidation and blackmail.
The plaintiff was issued notice during investigation and her statement was recorded. The provided numbers were registered in names of Maryam Ahmad, Muhammad Babar and Salimi Bibi.
The accused were served notices thrice to appear and present their stance. Babar Azam did not participate in the inquiry and his brother, Faisal Azam, appeared and sought time for the cricketer. Babar Azam has been found guilty in the matter.
Salimi Bibi did not record her statement despite receiving three notices. Maryam Ahmad refused to recognize the complainant or sending her inappropriate messages from her number. She was asked to submit her mobile for forensic but she refused to do so.
Additional Session Judge Hamid Hussain ordered to lodge case against all accused.