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Kubra Khan requested to cooperate with FIA in defamation case towards YouTuber

Kubra Khan asked to cooperate with FIA in defamation case against YouTuber
The Sindh Excessive Court docket (SHC) has requested actress Rabia Iqbal Khan, famously often called Kubra Khan, to cooperate with the inquiry being carried out by the Federal Investigation Authority (FIA) in a scandalous and defamatory marketing campaign towards her.

Throughout a listening to on Monday, the court docket additionally directed the FIA and Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to dam defamatory and scandalous on-line content material on social media websites towards Khan.

On December 31, UK-based YouTuber and retired military officer Adil Farooq Raja levelled severe allegations towards some actresses with out naming them and by mentioning their initials — S.A, Ok.Ok, M.H and H.Ok.

Nevertheless, sad followers and netizens hooked up the names of 4 actresses, forcing them to reply to the allegations on social media.

One of many allegedly accused actresses was Kubra Khan, who advised Raja to both present proof for his claims, retract the assertion, publicly apologise or she’s going to take strict motion and sue him for defamation.

The actress later petitioned the SHC towards “derogatory, defamatory, malicious, incendiary, harmful and sensationalising allegations” made by the YouTuber towards her and three different co-actresses.

Throughout Monday’s listening to, the FIA submitted a report on the marketing campaign towards the tv actress, stating that the company had began a probe into the matter.

The company confirmed that it had forwarded the case to the PTA and supplied the alleged YouTube, Instagram and Twitter accounts to the telecommunication authority’s focal individual.

“The focal individual of FIA cybercrime circle, despatched the request instantly for blocking of alleged accounts by means of PTA and supplied the monitoring codes after fulfilling all of the due and official formalities for blockage of alleged accounts,” mentioned the FIA report.

It additionally mentioned that the petitioner had filed the grievance on the unsuitable portal which doesn’t fall within the FIA Cybercrime Wing area.

The court docket later adjourned the listening to until January 23.

Raja made false allegations towards 4 actresses, inflicting an affront to their modesty, and dignity by claiming they had been utilized by companies to lure politicians into compromising positions at protected homes, mentioned the petition.

A counsel for the petitioner submitted that Raja, in a while, uploaded one other video the place he clarified the problem and retracted from his earlier model. Nevertheless, it had irreparably broken actresses’ reputations, together with the petitioner, through the course of on account of the contents uploaded on social media websites and our on-line world, added the counsel.

The counsel submitted that the act of the YouTuber was strictly cognisable below the Prevention of Digital Crimes Act 2016 (PECA).