April 13, 2022
ISLAMABAD—Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has decided to move court over the "harassment" of its social media activists.
In a tweet, PTI leader Asad Umar stated: "[A] petition challenging the harassment of PTI social media activists has been finalised and will be filed in high courts..."
The official Twitter handle of the PTI has also urged party activists to report to the party if they or anyone they know "is getting threats or targeted for political victimisation by anyone."
However, several leaders have distanced themselves from social media posts against state institutions.
The FIA and law enforcement agencies have detained many PTI activists for their alleged role in an online propaganda campaign against the Pak Army.
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