Syed Ali Shah:


The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Quetta arrested an accused who posed as a woman and blackmailing people. The accused identified as Samiullah was making objectionable pictures and videos on social media.

“The accused contacted young men and pretended to be a woman”, sources in the FIA said. The accused Samiullah had made various fake Facebook IDs with different names of women.

Accused uploaded objectionable content on social media

The accused had also uploaded objectionable videos and images of people on social media. A case has been registered against the accused under the PECA act, the FIA sources informed.

The FIA Quetta team utilized all latest technology and ensured the arrest of the culprit involved in various acts of blackmailing.

All devices recovered

THe accused was shifted to the regional office of the investigation agency. As per the initial investigation, the accused was also asking the people to meet and pretending to be a woman.

All devices and other evidences were collected from the accused and sent for the forensic laboratory for further investigation.

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