Baghdad / NINA / – The Popular Mobilization Security Directorate denied reports that any of the crowd leaders had been arrested on the grounds of an alleged abuse.
It stated in a statement that: The news published on some pages of communication sites about the arrest of leaders of the crowd and the occurrence of clashes with some of them are fabricated news and its goal is to continue targeting the crowd and spreading rumors among the people.
It called on citizens to refrain from believing these sites, which have long been known to lie and target the Iraqi security forces.
It will be emphasized, according to the statement, that the Popular Mobilization will take all legal measures against these parties that are working to target the authority with fake news./End
Source: National Iraqi News Agency