Junaid Arshad, one of the “most popular police officers” accused of cybercrime and two other cases, was arrested by the criminal wing of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).
Gilgit-Baltistan (DIG) former deputy inspector general was in charge of a case brought against him in 2017, according to the FIA.
FIA Arrests Policeman for Sharing Immoral Photos of Ex-Wife
He was accused of sharing obscene images of his former wife on social media, while Danish, the other suspect involved in the case, was already punished in court.
Previously, Arshad’s ex-wife approached the presiding judge by requesting the DIG to be a well-connected police officer trying to defame her by uploading her photos to social media.
DIG Arshad published immoral photos of his ex-wife on social media for the purpose of humiliating her, according to the application; The request also indicated that, although a court of first instance refused his bail request, the police did not bring him into custody for prosecution.
Although three different cases were registered against Junaid, he never appeared in a forum for a legal process; In addition, the FIA also awarded a reward for his arrest of Rs. 500,000.