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Ex-chief justice Saqib Nisar’s WhatsApp hacked

Saqib Nisar, while giving an interview to a private media channel, claimed that his WhatsApp has been “hacked” for two days and the data has not been recovered. He suspected that his data was being misused.

The WhatsApp account of former Chief Justice Saqib Nisar has been hacked, leading to fears that the data of the former top judge may be used for nefarious purposes.

According to the details, Saqib Nisar, while giving an interview to a private media channel, claimed that his WhatsApp has been “hacked” for two days and the data has not been recovered. He suspected that his data was being misused.

“There is fear that my data may be used for special purpose however, the hackers will be disappointed,” said Saqib Nisar. The former chief justice also said that interfering in someone’s private life falls under theft.

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Furthermore, recalling his previous audio leaks, Saqib Nisar said he earlier fell victim to the data breach, and his audio clips were tweaked with mal-intent.

Pertinent to mention that in 2021, an audio clip allegedly featuring Nisar was leaked in which a man could be heard saying that in order to make space for Imran Khan in politics, Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz would have to be punished.

Reacting to the clip, ex-CJP Saqib Nisar denied that the voice in the clip was his. Moreover, he said the audio clip is an attempt to malign his name.

Imran Khan not Sadiq & Ameen?

In the interview, Saqib Nisar also said that the Supreme Court had not declared Imran Khan “sadiq and ameen” (truthful and honest) unreservedly and in all aspects of his conduct in its 2017 verdict in favor of the PTI chief.

“Imran Khan was declared Sadiq and Ameen on three points. Akram Sheikh had only asked for a verdict on three points he gave against Imran Khan. On all three points Imran Khan was found Sadiq and Ameen,” Justice (retd) Nisar said.

Saqib Nisar also acknowledged that he may have erred in some of his judgments during his time as chief justice of the apex court. When asked about which judgments he was referring to, he responded by saying that he was a human being and that human beings make mistakes.

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