‘I am innocent, supporter of Pakistan Army’: Elahi
He encouraged PTI workers is to stay strong and do not to panic.
Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) President Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi declared himself innocent and supporter of Pakistan Army, GNN reported.
According to details, the former Chief Minister of Punjab had an informal conversation with the media representatives on the occasion of court appearance in Lahore. He encouraged PTI workers is to stay strong and do not to panic.
The anti-corruption police brought PTI president in district Kachehri under tight security. He also met his son Rasikh Elahi in the courtroom.
It is pertinent to note that Pervaiz Elahi was arrested yesterday (Thursday) by anti-corruption police outside his residence Zahoor Elahi Palace located in Gulberg Lahore.
Sources told that the former Chief Minister had allegedly corruption cases registered against him in Gujrat, Mandi Bahauddin and three cases in solid waste management.
His interim bail was canceled few days when Anti-Corruption Court (ATC) had issued orders to arrest him and present before court till June 6.
FIA Cybercrime arrest two accused of sexual harassment
During the investigation, objectionable images and videos have also been recovered from their mobiles.
Multan: Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Cybercrime Wing Multan arrested two men for accusation of sexual harassment, GNN reported.
According to details, a woman had filed a complaint against the accused for sexual harassment after which their mobile phones were traced and taken into custody.
The accused have been identified as Muhammad Asif and Azhar Amir, and authorities have started an investigation against them.
During the investigation, objectionable images and videos have also been recovered from their mobiles. However, further investigations are underway in this regard.
Twitter's Trust and Safety head resigns
Ella Irwin resigns as Twitter's trust and safety head, second departure since Elon Musk's takeover.
San Francisco: Ella Irwin has stepped down from her position as Twitter's head of trust and safety, becoming the second person to leave the role since Elon Musk acquired the social media platform.
The resignation comes amid ongoing concerns about content moderation and protection against harmful material.
According to reports, Irwin confirmed her resignation to Reuters shortly after her internal Slack account was deactivated, as noted by Fortune.
Content moderation has been a contentious issue for Twitter, which has faced criticism for its handling of harmful content since Musk's takeover in October.
Following Musk's acquisition, approximately 15% of the trust and safety department was laid off as part of a broader reduction in the company's workforce.
Yoel Roth, the former head of the department, resigned in November and was succeeded by Irwin.
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