Pakistani person sent objectionable message on WhatsApp, Peshawar court gave death sentence, know the matter


Peshawar: A man in Pakistan has been convicted by a court for posting blasphemous messages on social media. He has been sentenced to death and imprisonment under different sections. A total fine of Rs 12 lakh has also been imposed on the convict.

Prosecution proved guilty

This whole matter is of Peshawar. The anti-terrorism court judge noted in his ruling that the prosecution had produced electronic records against the accused Syed Mohammad Zeeshan, a resident of Mardan. Those evidence proved that Zeeshan is the culprit.

Trial run in Central Jail

Since this case related to blasphemy was very sensitive, the trial was conducted in Peshawar’s Central Jail. Zeeshan was arrested in 2021. Since then he is lodged in this Central Jail.

The person from Punjab had lodged the FIR

Islamabad’s Counter Terrorism Wing booked Zeeshan on 27 October 2021 under Sections 295A, 205C, 298A of the Pakistan Penal Code, Section 20, Section 22, Section 7(1)(g) of the Electronic Crimes Act and the Anti-Terrorism Act was arrested. A person from Talgang in Pakistan’s Punjab had filed a complaint against him.

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