The FIA ​​deportes Afghan citizens for landing with a false passport in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) deported an Afghan on Monday for traveling with a false passport from Germany to Pakistan, ARY News reported.

According to the FIA, the Afghan citizen named Abdullah Jan’s passport was found false during check-in at the FIA ​​immigration counter after landing at Islamabad airport from Germany.

Abdullah Jan was deported by FIA officials, while the airline in question was fined $ 0.5 million.

Read more: 44 Pakistanis deported from Germany arrive in Islamabad

In the month of November last year, an American woman with her name on a blacklist landed at the Islamabad airport.

Murray Maude, 80, flew from Manchester via a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight, PK-702.

Immigration officers from the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had intercepted the old woman for being blacklisted.

Upon being informed of his deportation, he refused to fly back to the United States and began shouting.

He lay down on the floor of the airport in protest and insisted that he be allowed to stay in the country.

Sources said he had arrived in Pakistan on a six-month visa in 2001, but stayed there even though his visa had expired.




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FIA official to face music over offloading Umrah passenger from airplane   

PESHAWAR: In one more incident just lately on the Bacha Khan Worldwide Airport, Peshawar, a Federal Investigation Company (FIA) official allegedly misbehaved with a passenger touring to carry out Umrah, ARY NEWS reported.

Based on particulars, the passenger, who was touring to Jeddah, was initially stopped on the airport’s immigration counter after the officers claimed that his age written on the paperwork was not right.

He was later off-loaded from a global airways’ airplane by an FIA personnel for fabricating his age within the paperwork. This led to a verbal brawl between the 2, forcing the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to intervene within the matter.

Throughout scrutiny from the CAA officers, no anomaly was discovered within the age written in his paperwork.

The assistant director FIA has ordered motion towards the personnel concerned in off-loading an Umrah passenger. The sources stated that the passenger would board a second flight to depart for Saudi Arabia to carry out Umrah.

On January 04, a Pakistani scientist was left flabbergasted when his passport was ripped by the immigration workers on the Multan airport merely over coughing with out overlaying his mouth.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has taken discover of the incident that occurred final yr on Dec 19.

In the meantime, the Federal Investigation Company (FIA) launched a probe into the incident and summoned surveillance footage of the Multan airport to establish the information.

Enraged at this act of the immigration workers, Dr Faisal posted particulars of how the incident panned out on social networking websites to attract the eye of upper officers to the misdemeanor.

He stated he alongside together with his relations had returned from Saudi Arabia after performing Umrah.



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FIA to hunt extra time to finish investigation

PESHAWAR: The Federal Investigation Company (FIA) has selected Tuesday to hunt extra time from Peshawar Excessive Court docket (PHC) for finishing probe into Bus Fast Transit (BRT) Peshawar, ARY Information reported.

As per particulars, the inquiry of the FIA stays incomplete within the 45 days deadline set by the PHC, which is expiring at this time.

Within the to date investigation, the FIA has recorded statements of officers of the Peshawar Improvement Authority (PDA), Native Our bodies and others. Nonetheless, among the departments chorus from providing technical help within the probe, sources stated.

Learn extra: All BRT Peshawar undertaking contractors paid dues: spokesperson

On November, 14, the PHC had handed down the judgment on BRT Peshawar and directed the FIA to probe the Challenge and submit the report inside 45 days.

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) authorities, within the month of October, had introduced new date for the completion of Peshawar’s Bus Fast Transit (BRT) undertaking.

The provincial authorities admitted its mistake for making one other delay within the functionalisation of BRT undertaking. The undertaking would now be accomplished by the tip of 2019, stated KP’s Info Minister Shaukat Yousafzai.

Earlier, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan had directed on Might 12 to work day and evening for completion of the Peshawar BRT undertaking.



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Fed govt plans to launch operation clean-up on social media

ISLAMABAD: The federal authorities has determined to launch an operation clean-up on social media geared toward motion in opposition to components sharing indecent messages, pictures, and movies on the websites, ARY NEWS reported.

The federal government has shaped  a committee to vary guidelines of the Cyber Crime Act to be led by the Extra Director Common Headquarters of the Federal Investigation Company (FIA).

The committee would come with ADG Basharat, Director Cyber Crime Waqar Ahmed, Director Regulation Tariq Mehmood, and Deputy Director Cyber Crime Wing Sajjad Ali.

The committee would additionally preset its report on the non-cooperation from six social media websites and would submit them to the inside and legislation ministries.

In January 2019, Federal Minister for Regulation and Justice Barrister Dr. Muhammad Farogh Naseem on Thursday mentioned that the federal government would deliver amendments in cyber-crime legislation to take away flaws.

Speaking to journalists, Farogh Naseem mentioned that the legislation ministry had ready a draft of amendments and added that after finalizing the draft invoice, it might be introduced earlier than the cupboard.

Learn Extra: FIA to collar folks spreading faux information on social media

He underscored the necessity to steadiness the cyber-crime legal guidelines and added that the modification invoice would take away flaws and make issues higher.

The federal government will guarantee freedom of expression and fundamental human rights, the minister mentioned and added that it was additionally essential to curb faux and anti-state information.



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FIA official who tore Pakistani scientist’s passport, dismissed

MULTAN: An official of the Federal Investigative Company (FIA) has been dismissed from service for tearing up the passport of a Pakistani scientist getting back from Umrah, ARY Information reported on Saturday.

A Pakistani scientist was left flabbergasted when his passport was ripped by the immigration employees on the Multan airport merely over coughing with out protecting his mouth.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has additionally taken discover of the incident that happened final 12 months on Dec 19.

Learn Extra: Scientist’s passport torn at Multan airport over ‘coughing,’ probe ordered

The Federal Investigation Company (FIA) had launched a probe into the incident and summoned surveillance footage of Multan airport to establish the information.

The official chargeable for tearing up the passport, specifically Muhammad Abu Bakr was serving because the Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) within the FIA.

Director FIA Punjab zone had taken discover of the matter and issued the notification for the junior official’s dismissal over his reprehensible actions.



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Nigerian citizen nabbed by FIA for on-line fraud value Rs11.1 million

ISLAMABAD: A Nigerian man has been arrested by the cybercrime wing of Federal Investigation Company (FIA) over alleged on-line fraud value above Rs10 million, ARY Information reported Wednesday.

The officers of FIA cybercrime wing performed a raid within the federal capital Islamabad and arrested a Nigerian man, recognized as Danial Jones, following a criticism registered by a nationwide for on-line fraud.

In line with the First Investigation Report (FIR), a replica of which obtained by ARY Information, Danial Jones posed himself to be the Director-Common of Shelter Saving and Mortgage Restricted Financial institution (London). 5 individuals are additionally accused within the on-line fraud case.

FIA sources stated the arrested man is the member of a gang which defrauded the complainant to Rs11.1 million within the identify of accumulating on-line donations for finishing up social welfare actions in Pakistan. The officers have additionally seized all information consisting of particulars of his e-mail addresses and financial institution accounts.

The intel company launched an intensive investigation after the criticism which revealed organised actions of scamming nationals by the gang members. The investigation additionally finds that the gang members are working faux financial institution accounts in different international locations as nicely.

Following the arrest, Jones has been handed over the FIA cybercrime wing on two-day bodily remand.



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