Blasphemy accused arrested in Faisalabad

A woman was accused of blasphemy and subsequently arrested after videos of her went viral wherein she claimed that her sister was a 'prophet who received holy revelations'

According to the first information report (FIR) registered at the Nishatabad police station in Faisalabad, the police received information that a mob had gathered outside the woman’s residence

Police personnel reached the location and learned that the accused was living in the house and claimed that her sister – who lives in a posh Lahore locality– claimed to be a 'prophet' and had 'revelations'

The primary accused and her husband 'bore witness to the claims' and supported the woman

In a video now viral on social media, the woman claims that there her sister was under "spiritual tutelage" for seven years

  She further claimed that her sister offered 50 prayers every day, similar to those offered on the Night of Ascension, and had received "revelations" Read Mob lynches man over blasphemy allegations in Nankana Sahib The police also detained the woman's spouse for supporting his wife and sister-in-law

Local people, especially workers of a religious party, demanded the arrest of the woman and a mob gathered outside her Faisalabad residence

City Police Officer (CPO) Faisalabad Syed Ali Nasir Rizvi, while addressing the charged mob, said belief in the finality of Prophethood and the protection of that belief was the “goal of his life”

He assured the mob that the “cursed” woman and others involved in the matter would be brought to justice in accordance with the law

A woman in Faisalabad claimed to be a prophet and has caused a lot of unrest in the area

I hope there is not going to be a personal issue behind this



com/22X1GZum4j — Zulfiqar Ahmed 🤔 (@ZulfiqarAhmed69) April 14, 2023 The woman, who claims to be the 'prophet', is said to be a resident of Lahore and has not been informed about any action against her

Date:16-Apr-2023 Reference:View Original Link