Blasphemous content sharing case hearing


Staff Reporter

An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) Friday resumed the hearing of a case pertaining to posting and sharing blasphemous content on social media sites whereas the prosecution sought more time for provision of documents which the defense had sought.
During the previous hearing, a questionnaire was provided to an accused Nasir Ahmed about the allegations leveled against him against in which he was suppose to record his final statem-ent.
The accused was allegedly involved in sharing and posting blasphemous content on social media sites against which the case was being tried in an ATC in Islamabad. The prosecution had already pleaded its case whereas witnesses had also been testified.

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