Contrary to the reports on social media, no court has given any verdict in the Meesha Shafi and Ali Zafar legal dispute.
In spite of what you might be seeing via online media, no court has given any decision in the Meesha Shafi and Ali Zafar legitimate debates, in either take home gift’s.
Shafi has become the casualty of a disinformation crusade via online media considering her “blameworthy”.
“A Pakistani artist whose allegations that a pop star grabbed her started the country’s #MeToo development faces three years in prison for ‘criminal maligning’ over harm to his standing,” peruses the article.
Numerous individuals via web-based media and a few Indian news sources, including Times of India and ZeeNews, interpreted that as meaning that a decision had been given out in support of Zafar and Shafi had been given a sentence — however that isn’t accurate.
Shafi tended to the reports on Monday evening on her online media and shared a screen capture of a report that exposed the “three years in jail” features. “Making some noise is significantly harder than being pestered,” she composed.
“This is the reason so many endure peacefully. Sending strength and fortitude to every one of the individuals who shout out and hazard their present to clear a path for a superior future for all,” she said.
Shafi’s lawyer Asad Jamal via his twitter account calling it a fake news.
He explained that the preliminary court had not condemned Shafi to three years in prison. “May there be no disarray that no such decision has been passed by any court in Pakistan,” he said in his assertion.
“It is strange how the news media have leaped to getting out the phony word, deceiving their watchers and perusers by depending on an envisioned response from my customer to the envisioned court decision,” he added.
Shafi in 2018 blamed individual artist Ali Zafar for badgering in a Twitter post — a claim he has energetically denied. The two of them have recorded arguments against one another in various courts with Zafar founding a slander suit against Shafi for blaming him for inappropriate behavior.
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On March 11, Shafi was gathered by a Lahore legal justice for the situation enlisted against her by Zafar under the Prevention Against Cybercrime Act. He has blamed her and a few others, including rapper Ali Gul Pir and entertainer Iffat Omer, of running a “slanderous attack” against him via online media.
A lawful official for the FIA presented a total examination report at the consultation which said the examination set up that every one of the suspects, including Shafi, posted genuine/direct charges and disparaging/deprecatory substance via online media against Zafar.
Nonetheless, the FIA presenting an examination report doesn’t mean the case has been chosen.
A decision presently can’t seem to be reported.
In the mean time, prior in January, the Supreme Court acknowledged for standard hearing the request of Shafi, looking for a heading that the commonplace ombudsperson for insurance of badgering against ladies at work environment ought to rehear her complaint.