The inquiry team has detected a total of 754 tweets.
Lasbela helicopter crash: FIA submits initial report of anti-Army campaign. The joint inquiry committee– including officials from the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), and the Intelligence Bureau (IB) – have submitted an initial report to Interior Ministry on the campaign to malign the Pakistan Army.
According to details, the inquiry team has detected a total of 754 tweets. The team found out that over 17 accounts were operating from India whereas 204 accounts were being handled by people inside Pakistan.
Six people have been identified while around 84 people who were shortlisted during the course of the investigations were being thoroughly probed.
Meanwhile, data of 78 persons have been sent to National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) for verification.
Earlier, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that the regretful social media campaign after unfortunate helicopter crash on August 1 has caused deep anguish and distress among Shuhada families and Rank and File of the Armed Forces.
The spokesperson of the military’s media wing said in a statement that the army condemned the highly unacceptable and regretful social media campaign after the unfortunate helicopter crash on August 1.
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“While the whole nation stood with the institution in this difficult time certain insensitive quarters resorted to hurtful and derogatory comments on social media which was unacceptable and highly condemnable,” the spokesperson said.
On August 2, Director-General of the Inter-Services Public Relations Maj-Gen Babar Iftikhar had confirmed that all the six military personnel, including Commander 12 Corps Lt-Gen Sarfraz Ali, were martyred in a helicopter crash.
He said the wreckage of the unfortunate Pakistan Army helicopter, which had lost contact with the Air Traffic Control Monday evening while on a relief operation, was found in Mus Goth, Lasbela.
The military chopper had gone missing while it was en route from Quetta to Karachi at around 5:30pm a day earlier. The personnel in the chopper were overseeing the flood relief efforts in the southwest of the country.