PPP has filed a complaint with the Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) cybercrime wing against Cynthia D Ritchie. Recently, she made some remarks against Former Prime Minister. PPP asks FIA to take Action against Cynthia Ritchie over ‘Slanderous Remarks’ about Benazir Bhutto.
Cynthia is a blogger from the US who has based herself in Pakistan, for “Hateful and Slander Comments” against former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. It is pestering on the national level and not endurable from a cameo blogger to make a slur statement for the country’s leader. It is loudly condemnable!
PPP asks FIA to take Action against Cynthia Ritchie over ‘Slanderous Remarks’ about Benazir Bhutto
PPP Islamabad President Advocate Shakeel Abbasi filed the application
Application is filed on Thursday against Ritchie for posting on Twitter, according to Shakeel Abbasi,
“US blogger Cynthia has made very derogatory and slanderous remarks about Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari’s marital life.”
The application necessitates immediate action against Ritchie for her “untrue and false” remarks
“Your office is requested to take immediate action and initiate proceedings against this woman as prescribed by the law and under your mandate. A photocopy of the tweet, a true portrayal of her sick and disgusting mind is attached to the application.”
“This echos stories of what BB used to do when her husband cheated. She”d have the guards rape the women. Why do women condone this rape culture? Why aren’t the men ever held accountable? Where is the justice system? To Pakistan’s youth: please reject this backward thinking!”
This echos stories of what BB used to do when her husband cheated. She”d have the guards rape the women.
Why do women condone this rape culture? Why aren’t the men ever held accountable? Where is the justice system?
To Pakistan’s youth: please reject this backward thinking! https://t.co/Xr3xTNzAVq
— Cynthia D. Ritchie (@CynthiaDRitchie) May 28, 2020
According to PPP’s Application:
“Ritchie’s remarks have caused immense pain and agony to the millions of people who revere and pay their utmost respect to Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto”.
Ritchie’s tweet Garnered a Strong Reaction from the Country’s all Capacities
Sherry Rehman saying:
“Attributing such filth to a champion for women’s rights, a martyred prime minister degrades the writer of this bot-handle more than anything else.”
I usually don’t dignify such garbage but this is libellous,heinous slander based on malicious lies. Attributing such filth to a champion for women’s rights, a martyred prime minister degrades the writer of this bot-handle more than anything else. @Twitter pl take notice of abuse https://t.co/V7JqV2yG5M
— SenatorSherryRehman (@sherryrehman) May 28, 2020
PPP workers and office bearers across Pakistan (Punjab,KP,AJK ,Sindh ,GB,Islamabad) has submitted the complaints against the state guest abuser #CynthiaRitchie at different forums .We are NOT PMLN to keep quite on our leadership character assassination anymore #CynthiaMuftkhor
— Fayaz Chachar (@ChacharFayaz) May 29, 2020
#CynthiaRitchie forgets that its her paymasters that are obsessed with rape Had she been an old employee she may have remembered the most horrible #VeenaHayat rape case or @P_Musharraf saying that women get raped 2 get visas
— Ayesha Siddiqa (@iamthedrifter) May 28, 2020
Cynthia D. Ritchie’s Act is Undoubtedly Offensive
Ritchie’s tweet was on the comment of a recent viral video of model Uzma Khan and a woman named Amna Usman, who meddled into her house with armed guards. The intruding women accused the model of having a relationship with her “innocent husband” and used this allegation to justify her violent treatment with the frustration of the husband’s infidelity.
The tweet of Cynthia Richie is made on the violent confrontation of the model and business tycoon that might be true on some logic with some dirty laundry on both sides. But, she should be very very careful in connecting the recent scenario with highly honoured Benazir Bhutto, it is below belt and requires her public apology on making disparaging remarks for Pakistan’s one of the rousing leaders.