MNA lodges FIR of threat calls, messages in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: Awami National Party (ANP) Vice President and Member National Assembly (MNA) Bushra Gohar has filed a First Information Report (FIR) against an unidentified person who reportedly threatened her through five different telephone numbers, said the sources.
They said Gohar, who resides in Parliament Lodges, filed an application through Parliament Lodges’ Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Nighat Mujtaba, with Secretariat police station. Gohar stated that she received messages from four different mobile phone numbers and a call from an unidentified person.
Secretariat police have registered a FIR under section 25D of Telegraph Act against the unidentified person but could not find the accused so far.
Gohar belongs to Jhandha, a village of district Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. She is the daughter of Col (r) Ali Gohar Khan, an active member of the National Democratic Party, the predecessor of ANP. She is also head of the Human Resource Management and Development Centre (HRMDC) in Peshawar.
Sub Inspector Shahid Mehmood, investigation officer, said that a FIR was registered and all the five numbers were sent to the departments concerned in order to ascertain on whom name the numbers were registered.
Talking to Daily Times, he said the police would arrest the accused. He requested not to mention phone numbers of the MNA and the accused.