August 13, 2020
ISLAMABAD—The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) has strongly condemned online attacks on women journalists employed in different media organizations, and demanded immediate action against the perpetrators and those who are backing them.
PFUJ President Shahzada Zulfiqar and Secretary-General Nasir Zaidi said, “Threatening and abusive trolling of women journalists has made the work environment difficult for them. Authorities seem to be indifferent and unconcerned, which is alarming for the entire journalist community.”
The PFUJ has demanded that FIA’s cybercrime wing must immediately trace the culprits and the backers of these trolls. They are making the lives of women journalists hard.
“Government should not hesitate to arrest the culprits who are making threats and misusing their pictures by tampering and photoshopping them with indecent content.”
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