The report does not mention the content of the interview and the specific revelations made by Gen Bajwa and the two journalists in question.
However, the petitioner has claimed they violated the Official Secret Act, which prohibits the disclosure of classified information.
The petition also alleged that the revelations could incite mutiny and disharmony. The registrar’s office of the IHC has asked the petitioner to approach the appropriate forum before the case can be registered.
It is important to note that the objections raised by the registrar’s office of the IHC indicate that the petition may need help proceeding further in court.
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The petitioner may need to approach the appropriate forum before filing a petition in the high court.
Additionally, the court will need to determine whether the allegations made in the petition have merit and if sufficient evidence warrants the registration of a criminal case against the individuals named in the petition.
Similarly, any ban imposed on journalists by Pemra must be based on clear grounds and evidence of wrongdoing and subject to legal challenge.