Missing Bloggers: Application moved for Blasphemy case against 4 activists
ISLAMABAD – An application for registering a blasphemy case against the four missing activists under the section 295-C has been filed in federal capital’s I-9 police station.
The application submitted by Muhammad Tahir, the chairman of “Civil Society of Pakistan,” alleges that the missing activists including Salman Haider and Waqas Goraya had been hosting Facebook pages with inflammatory and blasphemous content.
The petitioner has engaged advocate Tariq Asad for the case. Tariq Asad has also been an advocate for Lal Masjid’s Maulvi Aziz against the former president Pervez Musharaf over Lal Masjid operation.
Earlier, advocate and human rights activist Jibran Nasir had also submitted an application to the Chief Justice of Pakistan for the recovery of Salman Haider, Ahmed Waqas Goraya, Asim Saeed, and Ahmed Raza Naseer.