My WhatsApp Has Been Hacked: Ex-CJ Saqib Nisar

My WhatsApp Has Been Hacked: Ex-CJ Saqib Nisar
Former Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar has on Monday said that his WhatsApp had been hacked, fearing that the data may be used for a "specific purpose."

In a conversation with Hum News, former chief justice Saqib Nisar said that his WhatsApp had been hacked for several days and had not yet been recovered, adding that he feared his mobile data could be misused.

Saqib said that it was a shame for those who had hacked his WhatsApp. "Even earlier, an audio was made by combining my various videos," he added.

He stressed that intruding on one's private life came under the category of theft.

He further said that those who did not know the law were talking about court decisions.

While referring to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan, he said that the person attacking the courts today was once a favorite of the courts.

Except for one case, he always got relief from the courts, he added.

Saqib Nisar said that when he was not appointed as the chief justice, then-prime minister Nawaz Sharif had started saying in different circles that he was his chief.

"I even separated myself from the bench in the Panama case," he added.

He has said that if anyone examined the forensic report on PKLI, he would hold his head and sit down.

The head of PKLI was appointed at the behest of a 'peer'. The solution to the country's problems is in the election, he added.

"I might have taken the wrong decisions," he admitted.

"I will not give interviews to anyone anymore. After my death, a book will be published in which all the facts will be revealed. I will write the entire story from 1997 to the post of the chief justice," the former chief justice added.