Pakistani actress tweeted 'have to file a complaint against PM Modi', then Delhi Police replied!


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The Delhi Police on Tuesday took a dig at Pakistani actress Sahar Shinwari, who wanted to file a complaint against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Research and Analysis Wing or RAW chief for allegedly "spreading anarchy and terrorism in Pakistan".

Shinwari's tweet came after Pakistan's anti-corruption agency arrested former prime minister Imran Khan at the Islamabad High Court on Tuesday, following which clashes broke out between Khan supporters and police, in which at least one protester was killed.

The Pakistani actress tweeted- “Anyone knows the online link of Delhi Police? I have to file a complaint against the Indian Prime Minister and the Indian intelligence agency RAW who are spreading anarchy and terrorism in my country Pakistan. If Indian courts are independent then I am sure the Supreme Court of India will give me justice."

Responding to Shinwari's tweet, Delhi Police tweeted, "We are afraid we still don't have jurisdiction in Pakistan. But, would like to know how are you tweeting when the internet has been shut down in your country!

Pakistan's telecommunications watchdog said mobile data services were being suspended on orders from the interior ministry, while global internet monitor Netblocks said access to Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube had been restricted.

Provincial Interior Minister Ziaullah Langove said one protester was killed and 12 people, including six police officers, were injured in the clashes in the southern city of Quetta.

Khan's arrest comes a day after the powerful military accused him of repeatedly accusing a senior military officer of attempting to assassinate him and of being behind the former armed forces chief's ouster from power last year.

Authorities in three of Pakistan's four provinces implemented an emergency order banning all gatherings after Khan's supporters clashed with police, blocked major roads in Lahore and Rawalpindi, and stormed military buildings.