Blocking lines: Man booked for hoax calls

The SIM owner is said to live in Nai Abadi in the Ratta Amral area of Rawalpindi


Our Correspondent April 05, 2016

RAWALPINDI:


The Rawalpindi police have registered a criminal case against an unidentified person for repeatedly making hoax calls on the emergency number of the Interior Ministry.


The Ratta Amral police registered the case under section 25-D of the Telegraph Act. Gohar Khan Khattak, assistant director at the National Counterterrorism Authority, complained to the city police officer stating that a man had made a number of calls on the emergency number of the ministry.


In the complaint, the NACTA official shared the cell number used by the caller with the Rawalpindi police. The official also provided information about the owner of the mobile SIM, along with his listed address.


The SIM owner is said to live in Nai Abadi in the Ratta Amral area of Rawalpindi.


Following the complaint, the police registered an FIR and started investigations.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 6th,  2016.

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