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Pakistan captain Babar Azam’s problems in his personal life continue to grow as a sessions court in Lahore has ordered the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)’s Cyber Crime Circle to register a first information report (FIR) against him in a harassment case.


The order from Judge Hamid Hussain came on Thursday after a hearing in Lahore on a petition filed by a woman, Hamza Mukhtar who claimed she had been getting threatening messages on her Whats App, threatening her with dire consequences after she filed a case against the Pakistan captain.


At the hearing the FIA officials informed the court that after Hamiza filed a complaint with the Cyber Crime Cell and they started an inquiry they found one of the numbers used to send the threatening messages belonged to Babar Azam.


The FIA said Babar’s brother Faisal Azam appeared on behalf of the cricketer and requested the FIA to “wait for some time” to record Babar’s statement.


However, Babar has not yet appeared for the inquiry, the FIA report said.

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