SC Refrains Ali Zafar, Meesha Shafi from Filing Unnecessary Applications

On Tuesday the Supreme Court gave directives to Ali Zafar and Meesha Shafi to refrain from filing unnecessary applications.

The orders were issued during the hearing session of an application filed by Meesha Shafi.

A divisional bench of the SC led by Justice Mushir Alam permitted the simultaneous recording of the testimonies of 9 witnesses and their cross examination.

During the hearing session, Justice Qazi Faez Isa instructed the trial court hearing the case of the singers to complete the trail and avoid unnecessary delay.

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He said that the trial be completed within the given time in accordance with the judgement that was passed by the Lahore High Court.

This all started when Meesha Shafi—the Pakistani singer came forward with allegations of sexual harassment against the pop-icon and well-loved singer Ali Zafar.

Meesha took it to social media and tweeted her experience with Ali Zafar. As per her tweet, she mentioned that she has been subjected to sexual harassment of a physical nature at the hands of Ali Zafar.

After her accusations went viral, Ali Zafar in his defence sent her a defamation notice and hence this case began.

Recently, Ali Zafar has shared a screenshot on Twitter of a message that was sent by Meesha Shafi.

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