Teefa is Really in Trouble, Meesha Shafi has Also Filed a Case Against Ali Zafar
Few days back Ali Zafar filed a defamation suit of Rs. 1 billion against Meesha Shafi. The Lahore courts have asked Meesha to submit a reply by 5th July. The court has also ordered her to refrain from “making any derogatory remarks” against Ali “in any manner on print or electronic or social media.”
People, who were already ready to blame the victim seems happy with the case, however, many are disappointed.
While Ali Zafar is getting much attention nowadays as his new movie “Teefa in Trouble” is just around the corner, the fact that Meesha has also filed a sexual harassment case against him is ignored.
After the news about defamation suit broke down, Nighat Dad and Ahmed Pansota the legal representatives of Meesha Shafi highlighted on Twitter that Meesha’s sexual harassment case is still pending.
@itsmeeshashafi’s claim of sexual harassment against Ali Zafar is pending adjudication before the competent forum. The defamation case initiated by Ali Zafar, after finding out about Meesha’s claim, is an unsavoury attempt to divert attention from the main issue of harassment.
— Pansota (@Pansota1) June 25, 2018
Pansota also said that the progress on harassment case will be made soon within 25 days.
According to him defamation suit is just to divert the public’s attention from sexual harassment case.
Moreover, when he was asked to elaborate upon the court order which asked Messha to refrain from making derogatory remarks about Ali he said,
“We have not received any such notice, but I would like to clarify that Meesha Shafi has not been barred from using social media, or barred from speaking about Ali Zafar or about sexual harassment, but simply from making ‘derogatory remarks’ about Zafar, which she was not making in any case.”
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