The Federal Investigation Agency in a cross-country crackdown on Saturday arrested four suspects on charges of working for an international child pornography ring.
The FIA said that global anti-crime agency Interpol had shared relevant information regarding the suspects with Islamabad, following which the law enforcement agency had moved to make the arrests.
The ring was being operated from the United States, the FIA said. A suspect, identified as Arsalan, was arrested from Sialkot on Saturday. He was in contact with the group, said the agency.
According to the FIA, the ring sold pornographic material featuring minors. Officials confiscated 225GB of data from Arsalan alone.