Arshad Sharif Murder Case: Kenyan High Court busted PTI’s campaign against state institutions

CrimeArshad Sharif Murder Case: Kenyan High Court busted PTI's campaign against state...

Monitoring Desk: The order of Kenya’s High Court to its government to compensate the family of Pakistani journalist Arshad Sharif has testified that PTI’s campaign against state institutions was malicious and fabricated because Justice Stella Mutuku of the Kenyan court declared that Sharif’s murder case needs a thorough investigation and instructed strict disciplinary action against police and security agencies.

It may be recalled that one of the widows of the deceased Sharif, Jawaria Siddique, and two journalist groups in Kenya had filed a complaint last year against top Kenyan police and legal authorities for failing to investigate the “unlawful killing” of Arshad Sharif. In its decision, the Kenyan court has also ordered the family of Arshad Sharif to pay one crore shillings (Kenyan currency, which is worth about 21.7 million rupees in Pakistani rupees), while this amount is 78 thousand US dollars. It should be remembered that Kenyan media said that at the time of the murder of Arshad Sharif, a person in his car shot at the officers of the Paramilitary General Service Unit.

The decision of the Kenyan court regarding the murder of Arshad Sharif has buried all the assumptions that were being made on social media by PTI about Pakistani state institutions, after the murder of Arshad Sharif in Kenya. A systematic campaign was launched on social media by these circles, in which PTI was at the forefront, and through this campaign, allegations of false murders were not only leveled against the state institutions and people associated with them but also based on this. His character was created.

Following today’s decision by a Kenyan court, there is a growing public demand that all those involved in a systematic conspiracy against state institutions be identified and immediately brought to justice because this murder case was used for propaganda to tarnish the reputation of the state institutions and the people associated with them.

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