Pakistani man arrested over sending threats to Australian Interior ministry against sending team to Pakistan
Faisalabad police arrested on Thursday a person who had allegedly threatened to hurt the Australian cricket team during a phone call to the Australian interior ministry.
According to police, the accused identified as Irfan, a resident of Sarfraz Colony, had made a phone call to the Australian interior ministry and threatened to hurt the Australian cricket team that was visiting Pakistan at that time for the Test and ODI series and a T20 match.
Rana Mazharul Haq, the Station House Officer (SHO) of Ghulam Muhammad Abad, arrested the accused on the report of Special Branch, recovering the cell phone which he had used to make a phone call to the Australian interior ministry.
Further investigation against him was underway.