Marriyum warns of action under Cyber Crimes Law

Urges social media users to refrain from propaganda against state institutions

APP May 14, 2017
Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb. PHOTO: Express/File

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Marriyum Aurangzeb on Saturday urged social media users to refrain from negative propaganda against constitutional institutions of the state, warning those not following the advice of severe action under the Cyber Crimes Law.

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In a statement issued on Saturday, the minister said, "Those, who are using social media for slanderous and negative propaganda against the constitutional state institutions, are warned to desist from this undesirable activity. All the suspicious accounts, which are being used for propaganda against these entities, are under strict surveillance and action will be taken against the users of these accounts under the Cyber Crimes Law."


Aisha Malik | 4 years ago | Reply Does Maryam Nawaz qualify as a 'constitutional institution'?
AQ | 4 years ago | Reply First understand cybercrime then talk about it. Illiterate ministers.
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