ISLAMABAD    -     The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Monday raided the house of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senator Saifullah Khan Nyazee and confiscated some mobile phones, USBs (Universal Serial Bus), and a laptop on charges of allegedly running the party’s website. According to details, the FIA’s Cyber Crime Wing conducted the raid on the charges that PTI’s website,, is being operated from the residence of the senior party leader. FIA officials not only took into their custody my cellular phone and laptop, but also my wife’s phone as well, Senator Nyazee told The Nation over phone. He said that they showed me the search warrants, which stated that the said website was being operated by me. Senator Nyazee said that he had nothing to do with the website because it was being operated by the party for collection of funds from overseas Pakistanis. “FIA officials have breached my privilege as a member of the Parliament and I will move a privilege motion against them in the Senate today (Wednesday),” he added. A social media page of PTI states that website has been launched to get donations from the Pakistanis to support the struggle of party chairman Imran Khan against the regime change through a foreign conspiracy, and to put pressure on the incumbent government to go for elections. The donations made on website will be used to cover the expenses of this whole campaign of PTI, it added.