Recording to reveal against the law will not be against the law: Rana Sanullah

Inside Minister Rana Sanaullah. -Screengrab

ISLAMABAD: Inside Minister Rana Sanaullah Wednesday mentioned that any recording — both audio or video — made to reveal against the law will not be against the law except it’s completed to blackmail somebody.

The inside minister made these remarks in Islamabad whereas addressing a press convention the place he was requested to touch upon the alleged audio of Bushra Bibi by which she could possibly be heard directing the PTI social media head to run developments in opposition to social gathering rivals and declare them traitors.

The audio has sparked a debate over privateness points, whereas the PTI has demanded the highest court docket take discover of the leaked audio. There are experiences that alleged audio of former prime minister Imran Khan speaking to his principal secretary Azam Khan might also be launched.

“If a recording is made to reveal a felony offence, it’s not against the law and if a recording is finished to blackmail, it’s a crime,” the minister mentioned.

TTP talks

Rana Sanaullah mentioned the dialogue course of with banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is at present in a “pre-dialogue” stage and shall be taken ahead beneath the supervision of the Parliament.

He termed the briefing of the navy management to the Parliamentary Committee on Nationwide Safety a “complete” one.

The minister mentioned it was determined to represent a committee comprising not solely authorities officers but in addition representatives from political events so as to transfer ahead on the matter of dialogue with political consensus.

He mentioned something shall be accepted or rejected after the approval of the Parliament.

Responding to questions, the Inside Minister mentioned that PTI chairman Khan can not scare anyone by way of his threats, blackmailing and conspiracy narrative. 

He mentioned the previous prime minister ought to reply to the corruption that occurred throughout his tenure.

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