Arrest Warrants For Saba Qamar, Bilal Saeed, Iffat Omar, Ali Gul Pir

Arrest Warrants For Saba Qamar, Bilal Saeed, Iffat Omar, Ali Gul Pir

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Bailable arrest warrants issued for Saba Qamar, Bilal Saeed in video shoot case at Wazir Khan mosque. A Lahore district court on Wednesday issued bailable arrest warrants for actor Saba Qamar and singer Bilal Saeed in a case of the alleged desecration of Wazir Khan mosque.
Judicial Magistrate Jowaria Munir Bhatti issued the warrants, while setting the bail at Rs30,000 each, when the two did not appear for a court hearing. The next case hearing was set for October.
The two became the centre of criticism last year in August 2020 after it had emerged that they had shot footage inside the historic mosque while working on the video of a song, “Qubool hai”.
A sessions court had directed the Akbari Gate police station house officer to proceed in accordance with the law on an application seeking registration of a case against the two and others for shooting the video.
Subsequently, the Akbari Gate police had registered a first information report (FIR) against the duo under Section 295 of the Pakistan Penal Code. The section deals with the offence of injuring or defiling a place of worship, with the intent to insult the religion of any class.
The two were granted interim pre-arrest bail on August 15, 2020, until Aug 25, with a further extension given in September 2020.
According to their counsel, the FIR was baseless and contrary to the facts. He said no dance or music was performed in the mosque as alleged in the FIR and the two were innocent and falsely implicated in the case for ulterior motives.
Qamar and Saeed had also apologised for the incident and issued explanations that shed further light on the video shoot’s context.
Arrest warrants issued for Iffat Omar, Ali Gul Pir. They are facing defamation suit by Ali Zafar. A Lahore district court has issued arrest warrants for actor Iffat Omar and rapper Ali Gul Pir in a defamation case filed by Ali Zafar.
The case was heard on Tuesday and the written order was released on Wednesday.
Iffat’s application seeking exemption from personal appearance was rejected.
Ali Gul Pir’s non-bailable warrants were issued.
The court also directed Meesha Shafi to appear in the next hearing. It also rejected pleas for permanent exemption from appearance by others named in the case: Leena Ghani, Fariha Ayub, Faizan Raza and Haseemus Zaman.
“Job or professional commitments are not a justifiable excuse for permanent dispensation of attendance,” the court remarked.
The hearing has been adjourned till October 6, 2021.
On December 16, 2020, FIA named eight people, including Shafi and Omar, in a challan for running an online defamatory campaign against Ali Zafar. According to FIA, these people were unable to provide witnesses to prove Meesha Shafi’s sexual harassment claims against Ali.
They were then booked on September 29 under Section 20 (Offences against the dignity of a natural person) of the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act and Section 109 (Punishment of abetment) of the Pakistan Penal Code.
In April 2018, Meesha accused Ali of sexually harassing her on “more than one occasion”. Ali denied the allegations and brought up a defamation suit against her. The two have since been engaged in a legal battle.
In January 2021, the Supreme Court approved Meesha’s workplace harassment case against Zafar, which meant it was is ready to debate whether Ali’s alleged sexual harassment of Shafi counted as workplace harassment.
Meesha’s appeals has earlier been rejected by the Lahore High Court and Punjab ombudsperson on the grounds that the alleged harassment was not covered by the workplace misbehave law.

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