A girl named Omama Anwar Abbasi complained of the unprofessional behavior of FIA last week. The girl in a tweet has explained her unpleasant experience with the Federal Investigative Agency (FIA).
She went on to say that so far no progress has been made on her complaint she had filed against harassment.
I got harassed. It took me a lot courage to approach @cybercrimefia – I want to tell every girl not to go to FIA. They will harass you more. I went to khi FIA. They sent me to Isbd FIA. Isbd FIA sent me back to Pindi. No progress made to my online complaint.
— Mountain Girl (@byabbasi1) October 16, 2020
“I was harassed, and it took me a lot of courage to approach the FIA Cybercrime Wing. I want to tell every girl not to go to the FIA; they will harass you even more. I went to the Rawalpindi FIA office, they sent me to their Islamabad branch, and the Islamabad office staff sent me back to Rawalpindi. No progress has been made to my online complaint so far,” wrote Abbasi in a tweet.
Social media users also commented on her post and slammed FIA for their apathetic attitude towards the girl. A social media user wrote: “That’s true! Cybercrime cell needs to be exposed. They do nothing at all.”
That's true! Cyber crime cell needs to be exposed. They do nothing at all.
— NidaMustafaEjaz (@NidaMustafaEja1) October 16, 2020
Another social media user said: “The Cybercrime Wing cell needs to be exposed. They do nothing at all.”
However, a social media user commented that he has heard positive reviews about FIA in recent years. His comments perhaps insinuate that the investigative agency needs to be more organized and swift in taking actions on the complaints to improve its efficiency and service delivery.
heard very good review about them in recent years,
— testingbeta (@testingbeta1) October 17, 2020
Last month, FIA arrested four members of an illegal pornography ring involved in raping, blackmailing, and the filming of sexual abuse of minors in Karachi, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) told the media in a media briefing.
Previously two other members of the same criminal organization were detained during raids and search operations in several of Karachi’s neighborhoods which included Gulistan-e-Johar and a housing society situated at Drigh Road.
GVS News Desk