Dil Ka Rishta 7th most popular app in world

Mohammad Nasir
Thursday, May 23, 2024

KARACHI: After world famous apps like Facebook, TikTok and Instagram, Dil Ka Rishta has become the most downloaded social app in Pakistan, which is a testament to the trust of users.

Dil Ka Rishta social app, which prioritizes the privacy of its users, has become 7th among international apps and Pakistan’s top app. The feature of Dil Ka Rishta app is that all users are verified at their homes. Protecting the privacy of users and their personal information is Dil ka Rishta’s top priority.

It is also not possible to take screenshots on this application. Thousands of more users are now living a happy married life by benefiting from this app which has users of all caste, creed, race and profession. This app also broke the record for the fastest relationship and is gaining popularity at the international level.


FIA books two officials for misuse of authority

By Shakeel Anjum

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) authorities while taking notice of two of the subordinate officials for misusing their authority and indulging in corrupt practices have suspended and booked them under relevant laws, a spokesman of FIA said.

Two FIA officials, Constables Bilal Awan and Aaqib Mahmood, have been arrested and suspended from duty for their alleged involvement in corruption and abuse of authority after lodging FIR under sections 18/22 EO, 1979, 5 (2) PCA 1947 and 201 PPC, the spokesman said.

The constables were attached to the Anti-Human Trafficking Circle Islamabad and were found involved in illegal activities. According to official sources, the constables were accused of involvement in human smuggling and made millions of rupees by sending them to different countries on forged papers. The FIA team arrested both-handed and recovered cash and other evidence from their custody.

The FIA has assured that zero tolerance will be shown towards corrupt elements, and strict legal action will be taken against those involved in corruption and misuse of their office, the spokesman said and added that the accused will be brought to justice and punished according to the law.