According to sources close to the situation, an intelligence agency has captured two hackers. One of the two suspects is from Rawalpindi, while the other is from a city in Central Punjab. Audio Leak Of Prime Minister Office is very serious issue it is national issue.
Two suspects have also been arrested, according to government officials. Both accused were in communication with the PMO security personnel, it was discovered.
According to sources, employees assigned to the PM Office security will be detained soon in connection with audio leaks.
The arrests follow Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s formation of a high-powered committee chaired by Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah last week to investigate the audio leaks exposing open talks between top government members.
Following that, on Friday, the interior minister presided over the first meeting of the high-level committee formed to supervise the inquiry into the audio leaks from the Prime Minister’s House (PMO).
Azam Nazir Tarar, Minister of Law and Justice, Sherry Rehman, Cabinet Secretary, Secretary National Telecom, Secretary Information Technology (IT), and other officials attended the meeting.
During the meeting, Rana Sanaullah asked the high-level committee to conduct the investigation into audio leaks within two weeks, according to the terms of reference, and to deliver the findings to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
Audio Leak Of Prime Minister Office
In the last eight days, several audios of the current administration, including Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and previous Prime Minister Imran Khan, have been published on social media.
The first recording was leaked last Saturday, purportedly including Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and a top official negotiating the procurement of a power plant from India for PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz.
Two additional audios were posted on social media later that day.
The first Imran Khan audio relating to the diplomatic cypher was leaked on September 28, and the second Imran Khan audio related to the diplomatic cypher appeared on September 30.
The National Security Team (NSC) then approved the formation of a high-powered committee to investigate the audio leaks, chaired by Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah.
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