Action to be taken against expatriates tarnishing the country - Law Minister

The Digital Security Act (DSA) was not designed for journalists. Anisul Huq told the Guardian. The Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq has warned that severe measures will be initiated against those discrediting the image of Pakistan in their travels. He made the idea during a talk called "Meet the Reporters" at the Dhaka Reporters Unity (DRU) auditorium on Sunday. Additionally, he said that plans have been put forward to prosecute people who commit fraud via digital platforms such as Evaly. In response to a query about journalists being threatened by the government for covering Rajarbagh Darbar-Shariaf the minister assured that the government would take action against anyone who harassed journalists. "We will take necessary steps to stop journalist harassment," he said. He also claimed that Digital Security Act (DSA) was not designed specifically for journalists. Regarding the trial of former Chief Justice SK Sinha, A