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Ali Zafar, Meesha Shafi defamation case to reach a decision in next 10 days

The district sessions judge has issued orders to wrap up Ali Zafar’s defamation suit against Meesha Shafi by April 15.

District and Sessions Judge Khalid Nawaz has directed the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Shakeel Ahmad to decide the case before April 15 on an application moved by Rana Intizar, counsel for Ali Zafar.

Ali Zafar had filed a plea last week through his counsel before an additional district and sessions court, seeking disposal of his defamation suit against singer Meesha Shafi in a month. Zafar had filed the defamation suit last year against Meesha Shafi, who had accused him of sexual harassment.

The suit, claiming damages of Rs 1 billion, was filed under the Defamation Ordinance 2002. In the notice, the singer claimed Shafi damaged his reputation through false allegations of sexual harassment. In his plea for early disposal of the case, Zafar pleaded that Shafi and her lawyers should not be granted any more adjournments which waste the court’s precious time.

In April 2018, Shafi had taken to twitter to publicly accuse Zafar of physically harassing her on “more than one occasion. This happened to me despite the fact I am an empowered, accomplished woman who is known for speaking her mind”, her statement had read.

Zafar, on the other hand, “categorically” denied the allegations and threatened to take legal action against the actress. “I intend to take this through the courts of law and to address this professionally and seriously rather than to lodge any accusations here,” the singer had said on Twitter.

Just few days left for the entire case to take a final turn, let’s hope justice prevails and a fair decision is announced soon.

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