Exclusive: Download the Approved Copy of Pakistan’s Cyber Crime Bill 2016

As we told you before, currently the Cyber Crime Bill has been passed by Senate of Pakistan. But since it was amended by Senate, the bill has to run-through National Assembly again to become a law.

While we don’t have a date, sources in government say that Cyber Crime Bill will be tabled in National Assembly in next few days.

It is said that Cyber Crime Bill will be passed by National Assembly without any further amendments as both the ruling and opposition parties have agreed on the approved bill.

Also to note that bill was not released to public since Secretary Senate hadn’t signed and approved the copy.

But, as always, ProPakistani has gotten the hold of the approved copy of the bill, that our readers can download the PDF file of Cyber Crime Bill by clicking this link.

Once again, the bill is pending final passage from National Assembly to become a law in Pakistan.

Also Read: List of Cyber Crimes and Their Punishments in Pakistan

Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK


  • Faheem Janjua

    Does political analysis, ;olitical comments are also not allowed like “Go Nawaz Go” or about any other politician.

  • Muhammad Ashraf

    there is no letter head on this bill, atleast it should have some information of office who has issued the bill furthermore keeping in the view watermark it seems that bill is issued by Propakistani instead of government institution

    • aamir7

      Sir, this is not official gazette. But bill is going to be the same as in the copy attached. You can study it for reference, or wait until its released officially.

      • Muhammad Ashraf

        but at least it has some thing like office info and draft written as watermark so info was available.

  • M Mir

    aoa , this is indeed an important milestone for Pakistan’s digital history and a great step towards improving the outsourcing industry’s plight within our country. Thank you for sharing ProPak.
    Also any news on the bill being passed by the National Assembly anyone?