Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan moved Supreme Court against Prime Minister House audio leaks.
According to the media reports, The former premier has made the ministries of interior, defense, IT, information, PEMRA, Intelligence Bureau, and FIA the respondents in the petition.
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Imran Khan in his plea suggested a JIT investigation or a judicial commission to probe the PM House audio leaks.
“Declare that the illegal surveillance of the PMO and the release of the surveillance data, especially through the audio leaks, are unconstitutional and in violation of law,” the former prime minister prayed before the court
Imran Khan has also urged the SC to hold the officials behind the audio leaks accountable.
The top court has been prayed to direct the government and all relevant agencies and authorities to take all necessary steps to prevent the release of more audio.
Earlier, the authorities arrested two suspects involved in the bugging and phone hacking of the Prime Minister’s Office.
According to the sources, an intelligence agency has apprehended two hackers. Among the two suspects, one hacker belongs to Rawalpindi while the other hails from a city in Central Punjab.
Remember that PM Shehbaz Sharif made an inquiry commission and a decision was taken to arrest the suspects involved in the audio leak.
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