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Malik orders immediate blockage of anti Islam websites PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jan 13 (APP): Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Thursday took strong note of those websites and SMS which are propagating anti Islam agenda and ordered blockage of these websites within 24 hours.The Minister ordered Secretary Interior that all those websites should be traced out which are propagating against Islam and said that cases should be registered against the persons who are involved in this act and residing in Pakistan.

Malik also asked Interior Secretary to constitute a committee, comprising representatives of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority and Federal Investigation Agency, under the supervision of Additional Secretary Interior to take into consideration the anti Islam propaganda.
He said the committee should give its report in a week positively.Meanwhile, the Federal Minister appealed the youth to inform the government about the websites which are propagating against Islam and Pakistan.
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