Punjab Forensic Laboratory issued no report on audio, video tape: Firdous
Speaking at a press conference, she said the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) was spreading lies regarding the issuance of a report about the tape.
PML-N was trying to get on the nerves of people by constantly telling lies as no tape was sent to the Punjab Forensic Laboratory for examination, Dr Firdous clarified.
Meanwhile, Spokesperson to Chief Minister Punjab, Dr Shehbaz Gill also rejected the rumors about the forensic testing of the video concerning former accountability court judge, Arshad Malik.
پنجاب فرانزک لیب ایجنسی سے رابطہ کیا گیا ہے انہوں نے ویڈیو سکینڈل کے حوالے سے کسی قسم کی کوئی رپورٹ جاری نہیں کی نہ ہی پنجاب فرانزک لیب کو اس پر ابھی تک کوئی مواد موصول ہوا ہے۔
پنجاب فرانزک لیب ایجنسی کے بارے میں چلنے والی خبر میں کوئی صداقت نہیں۔ pic.twitter.com/2MIndIxMdY
— Dr. Shahbaz GiLL (@SHABAZGIL) July 20, 2019
Earlier, it was reported that the Punjab Forensic Lab Agency had verified the video about the judge.
It was also reported, citing Federal Investigation Agency, that the audio and video of footage featuring Arshad Malik was not altered.
Arshad Malik was removed as the accountability court judge after PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz shared a video featuring the judge discussing a NAB reference with a PML-N 'sympathiser'.
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